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... 8211; who would be in Lake Havasu for the weekend and we decided to try to meet them there. That made a long haul over just a couple of days… maybe we could get to Joshua Tree for a one or two nighter and then get to Lake Havasu on Friday if we hauled our asses in high gear.
I love Joshua Tree and its lunar-esq landscape, the odd Dr. Suess like trees are hauntingly beautiful. But it was not to be, at least this time. It was simply too far to go ...
... we had what was practically our own private beach area – fantastic!!!
We watched the sun set and drank beer by the lake – it was perfect!
Sunday 22nd June –
HOT! HOT! HOT!
Too hot to walk very far today we decided to chill out by the lake, it was 42 degrees today (over 100 degrees for the Americans reading :) ). We swam in the lake most of the day and sat under a tree by the lake until late in the afternoon, it was ...
... by solar energy stored in batteries and run thru inverters. There are tall structures on the land called cooling towers that operate without fans – when you wet the pads on top, cool air falls and you get cool airflow. Seemed like something we had to see.
Well, our two weeks in Lake Havasu have flown by. Tomorrow (Monday), we are off to Eva &
Doug’s place in Yuma for a week. Am excited to see my big sister. ;)
... few shops that were open. That night we had an amazing dinner that Harry and Yvonne cooked and Claudia and Dick, Nick and I and the "neighbor" in the park also joined us. Lots of wine was distributed...need I say more?
Day 218 - Claudia and I decided we needed a day to ourselves and we had heard about the town of Oatman, AZ - an old town on Route 66 that is known for it's "gunfights" and wild burros. So we took off on the 80 mile trek to see ...
... Bear Café and talked a while afterward. We toured their resort facilities and were amazed by the large ballroom. It made us want to move there, a little.
Tomorrow we travel to Las Vegas without our trailer to visit Isabel and her family. Isabel is the hostess at Toby Keith’s Restaurant in Harrah’s and the long-distance friend of Dan, Darlene’s youngest son. I’ll tell you all about that in our next ...