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... a week ago, left our tony little town for Southwestern Deserts unknown. It had been months, MONTHS, since we had travelled and the 20 foot RV that lived in the driveway was beckoning us. In fact, I think the RV would have left on her own if we hadn’t acquiesced. But we did give in and off we went. First to our local gem, Pinnacles National Park (one of the newest National Parks), and what a gem indeed. The weather, which we expected to be in the mid ...
Saturday 21st June -
We left San Diego and headed off towards our next location - Lake Havasu.
The drive down was amazing (yes I know we keep saying everything is amazing and breath taking and lovely – but it is!!).
The landscape changed practically every hour, first it was desert then we passed through an area of pure sand dunes, which was …(wait for it)…visually stunning…& amazing!! ;-) and after that through areas ...
... of seagulls, and I was shat upon (not on my head – just on my bike bag). :( A nice man from Minnesota saw what happened, got out of his car and brought me napkins and hand sanitizer to clean up the splat. So nice of him. ;)
And we’ve been playing a lot of cards, mostly rummy of every kind – Lambsy, 500/Lay Down / Grandma Rummy, Julie Rummy, Gin Rummy ... even Rummikub. We’re pretty closely matched,
but Roger is on ...
... amazed to find the beautiful light display and music playing still at 8:00 p.m. Nick and I used to come here quite often for waterskiing back in the late 60's early 70's. As you can imaging, there was nothing much here at that time. Now it is home to 50,000 people AND the famous London Bridge.
The bridge, when it was still in London, had begun to sink at the rate of an inch every eight years and by 1931 (built in 1831) the east side was ...
... ripped up the old route and moved it then built the highway! We followed the dirt road across some old wooden bridges for 15 miles before meeting back up with the highway. If you ever do this route I highly recommend you try to take at least parts of Route 66, it’s amazing. There are villages that have been left just as they were in their hayday but obviously dilapidated! I found it amazing and loved taking pics and cruising along imagining I was back in the ...