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... had grown so much that we felt dehydrated. We went straight back to the car and the hotel to get some drink.
It is a very pretty place around here but its just too hot - we are talking about 42/43 degrees!!
Our plans are maybe to lazy in the pool, do some washing and chill out - Nothing too exciting really.
The weather is meant to be turning bad over the next couple of days due to hurricane Odile so fingers crossed we don't get flooded out in Phoenix.
... the road and looked at us pulling away. Kinda ****** off, I think. Half a mile up the road, he still stood there, staring after us. ****. Luckily the speed limit was really slow, so I don’t think he was in much danger of being hit. We turned the truck around and drove by him again, and he was still on the road ... snoozing, I think! He was
standing there in the sun with his eyes closed. What a goof!
So, what’s with the wild ...
... 8217;re spooked. So neat!
On Saturday, we went to a Charity Car Show two blocks from our campground, then intended to go to the stock car races at Havasu 95 Speedway. But it was so windy I needed to tie rocks around my ankles to keep from blowing away. So instead we went to the movie “Labor Day” – two thumbs up from us. Today, there was a Swap Meet down the street. Roger had me believing it was a car parts swap meet, but when ...
Friday we arose early and set off for Lake Havasu City where my family is gathering for us to visit. We'll spend about a week with my sister India and her husband George. India has arranged for my mother to fly in via Las Vegas and my brother Steve lives in Lake Havasu City. Others of my family and Georges may drop in for a visit.
We motored north to I-40 then west a short distance to the Historic Route 66 turn-off. This is a ...
... for a late night drive through the city, over London Bridge (the original London Bridge was taken apart brick-by-brick and transported to Lake Havasu where it was rebuilt in 1971) and around the coast, before going back to our rooms for an early night. We were amazed at how quiet the place was - like a ghost town. We later discovered it was so quiet because we were out of season, and visited during the week when the kids are back at school, so there are very few ...