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Travel Blogs from Lake Havasu City
... to go except that he was so scared of the peddles because Dave's peddles were squeaky.
There is a banner across the bridge as you drive onto the island that reads, "Play like you mean it!" That's our kind of city! The buildings along the river walk were built to imitate an English town. There is a path that goes along the water and you can pull your boat up on the sandy shore and tie ...
... and Jim and Brian played for hours, 'til we "sung up every song that driver knew"...!! It was a great way to end up Mom's shared times with our camping buddies!
We are off to Vegas tomorrow to play a bit before taking Mom to the airport on Thursday, parting company with our friends for a few days. This holiday seems to be going way too fast!!
T & D
What a great way to follow up my visit at the Temple. My great, long-time friends Beth and Tee.
Was going to stay with them for a night or two and ended up extending my stay because I was so comfortable there and because the government shut down and so did the Grand Canyon, I had to rearrange my schedule.
We did a lot of sitting around, talking, eating Tee's great cooking, watching silly TV shows and some good ones too.
While I was ...
... in signs, t-shirts, signed cups, plates, anything you can think of which people had left on their way through the wilderness, we of course turned the car around and stopped to get some pictures (see attached). When we left the "sign-post" (hehe), mum took the wheel and almost immediately the heavens opened! The roads are incredibly undulating, so at the bottom of each dip, the road had flash-flooded and mini rivers were rushing across the Tarmac - this ...
... and reassemble it. We then checked into Red Feather Lodge and had a tour group Wi-Fi party in the hall way as we had not had access to the Internet to connect with home for a number of days. We created a Facebook group for our tour and shared photos that we had taken. We had some time to relax by the pool before tea. For tea we headed to a Mexican restaurant. We ate outside on the deck area which was very nice with mist blowing on us. The food and drinks were good. After tea ...
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7952 S. Sandpoint Rd., Cattail Cove Exit, Lake Havasu City | Campgroundfrom $40