Sand Point Marina RV Resort
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... dear what happened to those active explorers?? We are saving all our energy for spring time in Vancouver, we are both looking forward to getting home to our favourite city of all! Needless to say we are REALLY looking forward to seeing all our family & friends - so be ready with lots of hugs everyone!! We have travelled many, many kilometres, seen lots of wonderful places, but as Dorothy says - There's no place like HOME!!!
... at the “Desert Bar”.
Ok…..several people including my sister told us we needed to go there. This bar
was about 30 miles south on HWY 95 and then about 5 miles down a dirt road out
in the middle of nowhere, literally nowhere. We truly did not know what to
expect but didn’t expect so many people. Come to find out, they had a 5K run
and a 5 mile bike race for charity that ended at the bar. There ...
The bridge was meticulously disassembled in London and reconstructed in Lake Havasu City in 1971. The final cost to purchase, disassemble, transport and reconstruct the bridge was $5.1M.
The town has done a good job building around this bridge.
There is an English Village, which is really just ...
... chair), then bid them goodnight. Sunday morning was a late start for all of us. The ladies drank coffee while I puttered around the campsite packing up and hitching up. We found a small restaurant for lunch, then said our goodbyes and headed home. We pulled into our drive at three o'clock, and quickly unloaded the trailer. Another great weekend getaway! ...
... a lot.
Pinnacles deserves a mid-winter revisit, I think, when the daytime temperature is in the 80’s and nighttime would be good with a campfire.
Although we didn’t have a set itinerary, we did have a loose idea of where we might go. I thought it would be nice to visit Kings Canyon National Park, but it was not to be. When we were at Pinnacles, Alan got a buzz from a cousin he hadn’t seen in over 20 years – in fact ...