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... unseasonably hot, so our hikes needed to be early. The park was near empty, so we had it all to ourselves, which is nice, unless you need a Ranger. We did the Balconies Cave hike – wonderful large caverns, part of which are pitch black – and we hiked the jaunt between the campgrounds and Beaver Creek Visitors Center – a lovely, albeit nasty, 3 mile round trip that includes a treacherous 600 foot incline in less than ½ mile. Alan did fine, but ...
... but rocks, larger piles of rocks and more rocks!
We had a brief stop at the border control area that appears out of nowhere in the middle of the desert where there were three really friendly Customs guys (yes you read that right!) who we chatted with for a bit then we carried on to Havasu City, Arizona.
We hadn't really done much research about Lake Havasu, it just seemed a good stopping point between San Diego and The Grand Canyon (our next stop). As ...
... side. I think I’ve only thrown the cards at him twice, so that’s pretty good! ;o)
On Sunday, we headed for “The Desert Bar” (aka Nellie E Saloon). It’s in the middle of the desert, about 50 minutes drive from Lake Havasu. The name “Nellie E” originates from the old copper mining claim associated with the land the bar is now on, about 5 miles north of Parker, AZ in the Buckskin Mountains. The road in ...
... four inches lower than the west side and they decided it was time to sell the bridge, if that was even possible! In 1968 it was bought by the Lake Havasu City founder Robert P. McCulloch or $2,460,000. Each block was carefully numbered and shipped through the Panama Canal to California and trucked from Long Beach to Arizona where it was reconstructed in Lake Havasu City. It was rededicated in 1971. After all was said and done the bridge cost McCulloch ...
... br> Williams is a Route 66 town, with shops, cafes and a museum, we decided to stop and have a look around the town. I loved this, it’s really is as if you are there living back in the day enjoying the culture and the love of vintage cars. We only stopped for a short while as we were headed to the Grand Canyon! We took the roof down on the car and hit the road.
Beyers: We hit the road at about 55mph, as this was the speed limit, and luckily enough ...
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7952 S. Sandpoint Rd., Cattail Cove Exit, Lake Havasu City | Campgroundfrom $40