Sand Point Marina RV Resort
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The multiple angled fans pictured below were created by firing 3, 6 or 9 Full Blown cakes at the same time with some straight up, and some at -30 degrees, -40 degrees, +40 degrees or +30 degree angles.
Steve Houser, the owner of ...
... the lake, but this year enhanced by dozens of hot-air balloons floating overhead!
Mom was pretty excited about the balloon festival for some reason, so after setting up camp we hustled across London Bridge (the actual bridge that was originally in London, now in Lake Havasu, moved here piece by piece by an enterprising fellow who ...
... with the odd slight curve tossed in for interest. Once you got to California, it was a different story. When I-95 splits off from I-40 you are nearly there and the only turn we had to make took us directly to
Campbell Cove RV Resort. The pull-through site they gave us is a bit narrow but had a nice view of the lake. It was 75F outside so we opened the door and all the windows to take advantage of the ...
... hilarious and kept us laughing on our first day. His catchphrase is now 'Absolutely' haha. As we drove through, suddenly in the middle of the this deserted area appears a beautiful blue river leading us through the local villages. We arrived at the camp site around 5:30, which presented us with this big gorgeous lake. Locals were riding their jet skis and boats, but yet was an incredibly peaceful place. We were actually allowed to go and have a swim in the lake which ...
... boat through the Panama Canal and rebuilding it! It's beautiful. We walked around until it was time to head to church.
We went to a local nearby quaint church, Havasu Christian Church, and found a perfect parking space in the shade right outside the window next to some open pew seats. This was important so we could keep an eye on the dogs. Thankfully, it was also a cool morning so we ...