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... clock forward one hour but that didn't deter us from running over to the booth that sold untethered rides; the ticket seller was amazed that there were no line-ups that morning and still flights available, apparently the day before there was a three-hour lineup by that time (which was a ridiculous 6:20 am!!). Anyway, we managed to book Mom on a ...
... across it as we were looking around. It's called Ed’s Deli and is not much more that a hole in the wall with a few tables and no decoration. We ordered a foot long hoagie with corned beef and swiss cheese for $6.00. It was dressed simply with lettuce, spicy mustard, pepper and came with some crisp, fresh, slice dill pickles. Boy – was this hoagie stacked! It was all the two of us could do to polish it ...
Drive: Joshua Tree - Havasu City, Arizona ( 279 m) via Amboy on Rte 66
Sights: Amboy Cinder Cone Crater and Lava Field
Sightseeing Lake Havasu
Transportation: Ferry - $2.00 return to Havasu Casino - great evening boat ride to island!
Meals: Dinner - Havasu Landing Casino - $27.00 (daily meal specials are even ...
... br> We saw people racing by on their loud cigarette boats, people flying by on hang gliding contraptions, people driving along the shore in their atvs, razors, jeeps or 4x4 trucks; we saw lots of other people bringing their dogs to the dunes to run around, kids swimming,etc. We saw another guy camped out in his Saturn at the dune adjacent to us.
So, anyway, once it warmed up we donned our ...
... four inches lower than the west side and they decided it was time to sell the bridge, if that was even possible! In 1968 it was bought by the Lake Havasu City founder Robert P. McCulloch or $2,460,000. Each block was carefully numbered and shipped through the Panama Canal to California and trucked from Long Beach to Arizona where it was reconstructed in Lake Havasu City. It was rededicated in 1971. After all was said and done the bridge cost McCulloch ...