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... were initially used to deviate the river so the dam would have a dry bed to be built.
Following 911 the dam was closed to truck traffic to avoid bombing so a new bridge was built and opened in 2010. At 840 feet (260 m) above the Colorado River, it is the second-highest bridge in the United States and is also the world's highest concrete arch bridge. There is also a spot on it where you are on the border of the states of Nevada and Arizona.
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... was pretty good, a day out at the park, a beer, a hot dog, and your girl, who could ask for more? We managed to get in a couple more golf games but I must admit I'm not playing that well, I screwed up my shoulder in November just before we left and it is still bothering me, mostly in the evenings and at night (need to make an appointment with the doctor for when I get back), but it has all the symptoms of a torn rotator cuff, ...
... it was crazy. A pool in the middle of the theatre that could change its shape, become a solid floor, all sorts of things. It was great. After we fought the crowd to get out Kim and I played some *****, well I played while Kim watched. I had a roll and hit all the hard numbers and won some people and myself some money. I came out with 225. All up I think I am ahead which is a good thing for vegas. We are about to get on the plane for San Francisco, private car booked to take us to the ...
... was a quieter day on the road for recovery - about 5 hours drive with Steve doing all the driving and becoming accustomed to driving on the wrong side of the road, on the left side of the car.
We checked in to our hotel which is much bigger than imagined and all had an early night with Brianna up again during the night being sick. We debated what we should do in ...
... others that valet parking would be the answer and it was! Check in was quick and we then headed off to the Peppermill for a well earned meal.
There were a couple of very nice Chinese ladies sitting near us who were fascinating to watch as the spent most of the meal taking photographs of the food and playing with their phones! By the time they did get round to picking at the huge portions they must have been almost cold. Both left with large 'Doggie Bags'.