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Weeks on the Road: 39 wks
Travel by motorhome: 21,846km
Travel by car: 10,133
Total km: ...
... Ken, the pilot of Kay's Winddancer II. After a glorious sunrise, they announced today would be a perfect day for the flights, so Mom was driven off-site for the big launch.
Douglas and I remained behind and were treated to spectacular views of the shape balloons being blown up and taking flight, the raising of the American flag over ...
... we managed). No wonder the locals like this place.
December 11 Yesterday we reserved space on a boat tour along Lake Havasu and into Copper Canyon which had once been the site of an early copper mine. The captain narrated the history of the area as we went along. Lake Havasu is a very young city – having only been developed in the 1950’s. Until the 1930’s there wasn’t even a ...
And wow it's so hot again. Same heat as Death Valley. The evening temperature is 100*, and yet it feels lovely. Without the scorch of the sun during the daytime it's like being enveloped in a toasty blanket. Wonderful. Lake Havasu was really meant to be just a stopover, it being too far to drive all the way from the canyon to LA. I had been warned we may not like it, that it's where hoards of students fling themselves with gay abandon into the lake. Well there are ...
... the wall and just hang out with other boaters.
After our little boat ride we said goodbye to Lake Havasu and went on our way towards Joshua Tree Park. On the way we stopped below the dam and Dave did some fishing. He almost caught a fish, but the bass spit out the bait before he could set the hook.
The drive to Joshua tree was beautiful and we were amazed at how diverse our ...