Sand Point Marina RV Resort
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Travel Blogs from Lake Havasu City
... while they were washing the camper, and he prescribed some heavy-duty cream which, so far, seems to be working. Dropped the rental car off, and bingo-bangs, outta there.
First night we stayed in Blythe, Ca, where we've been before on the Colorado river. Well designed and maintained park. It took a little thought and occasional head scratching to get back into the swing of things. One real head scratcher was the faucet in ...
... created in 1938 when they built Parker Dam on the Colorado River. The Parker Dam is about 40km south.
I call Havasu a manufactured city! In 1958 Robert McCulloch purchased 3,500 acres on a peninsular to test out board engines on the lake. He then moved his company & employees from LA to avoid taxes. In 1967 ...
Diane and I headed out to Lake Havasu City for the 5th annual hot air balloon festival. We stopped at the Wal-Mart to get a new camera, since I dropped my old one while traveling. I was a lot bigger than I thought it would be. Lots of really nice vendors. We didn't get there until 11am, so obviously missed the 6am blood launch. They were going up again at 4pm, but we were heading back to Fort Mohave by 3pm. I bought ...
... It came about as a result of two dams being built along the Colorado River. This was a good tour to take - short, inexpensive and extremely interesting. Too bad it turned cloudy and on the cool side. Since we both were wearing shorts and tee’s the wind on the water was a bit chilling. The sunset tonight was dramatic. There have been several incredible sunsets this week - all different from each other.
... evening. On the menu was hot dogs and burgers, with tortillas for starters. Pretty tasty. After a long drive awe had a few drinks, no fire though just a barbecue with glowing coals. Now I've done my fair share of camping, this is the warmest night I have ever experienced. Literally didn't even need to get into our £3 sleeping bags! Haha. (I was freaking out they were not gunna be warm enough). Head down for a good nights rest, as we had a big day ahead of us... the Grand Canyon ...