Island Inn Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... reunion colors needed this summer!
The festival behind us, on Monday we turned our thoughts to hiking the challenging slot canyon nearby, Sara's Crack. We left Mom behind and most of our gang headed for the hike site; we were a bit dismayed to find the ladder missing that usually helps us down the slide, but undeterred we slid down on our ...
... Boondocking anywhere so we were pretty luck to find the spot we did.
We took out our little boat again in the morning and crused through the chanle under the London bridge and at night watched the "lighting" of the bridge for the Christmass ...
... that we can see. And so it is us who fling themselves into the lake in gay abandon. It's so warm. Like a bath. We watch young boys skateboarding and scooting at the lakeside skate park. They flip themselves over concrete mini precipices, zoom up near vertical walls and generally behave in a way that would give their mothers a heart attack should they see them. But apparently it keeps them off the streets and away from drugs and bad choices, so what would a few ...
... not much else to do in Lake Havasu so we retired to the hotel bar.
In other news I am back to wearing shorts. The weather is gorgeous and I can not deny my fans any longer. Yes my sexy white legs are out and about.
Tomorrow we continue our route west. Only 10 more days on the road for us and I'm starting to feel sad that my traveling days are coming to an end :(
... It was founded by McCulloch, who owned a boat motor & chain saw manufacturing company. He had been looking for a place to test his boat motors, and decided this piece of barren dessert on the water was a perfect spot. He bought the land, moved his chain saw manufacturing plant here, started an airline (yes, he was a wealthy man), and started attracting visitors and workers here. Acquiring the London Bridge was part of his plan to bring tourism to the ...