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... because it could no longer withstand modern modes of transportation. So, in 1968, he bought the bridge for $2.4 million. The bridge was dismantled, granite brick by granite brick--each numbered meticulously, so that when the blocks were shipped to the United States, the bridge could be re-assembled like a jigsaw puzzle. In 1971 ...
I did not take proper notes on Saturday night.
Open Shooting before public display
These pictures were from the memorial show BEFORE the proposal to Emerald.
... he was buying the impressive Tower Bridge!) to the island that the festival was being held on. Getting parked was a real pain, took us almost an hour to get to the VIP pay parking (more on that later!).
Once there, we were amazed to find that we could walk freely amongst all the huge balloons that were laying on the ground prepping to be ...
We arrived in Lake Havasu City, Arizona on Thursday afternoon. We are staying at Lake Havasu State Park. It is located along the Lake and is a really nice park. We have a nice view of the lake from our trailer.
The 5th Havasu Balloon Festival kicked off this morning. Our ...
... abound and there is a lake with three levels including a dedicated swim area with monster slide, a snack bar, tons of picnic places, fishing spots and pedal boats to rent. But all that closed on Labor Day and when we were there – on a Wednesday – it was pretty deserted. Alan and I rode our bikes around the lakes and up and down the hills that surrounded the 42 clean, level RV sites. Anyone who passes through on the god-awful interstate 10 freeway ...
Other places to stay in Lake Havasu City
7952 S. Sandpoint Rd., Cattail Cove Exit, Lake Havasu City | Campgroundfrom $40