Knights Inn Lake Havasu City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to start. When the parade began, we wandered down to the lake to watch them turn around in preparation for the return up the channel. Afterwards, I grilled steaks over the fire, and we talked until almost midnight. Saturday was a great day. Monti and Janet arrived at 9:30 AM, and I made breakfast for everyone. We sat around and visited until mid-afternoon, then we headed over to the London Bridge for ...
... but no sign of any that day. Even the giant tortoise in its enclosure was not seeing visitors that day. Anti-social!
Our original neighbours here, John & Wendy from Revelstoke, BC, left here to dry camp (no services) in the desert outside town. They were here in the park for only a few days, to be closer to friends who were staying at a hotel, but they prefer to camp for free in the desert. We’ve seen rigs set up in the middle of ...
Along with that they had bi-planes coming by three times a day, and sky jumpers with the parasail type shoot jumping out at 13,000 feet as many as 13 and coming over the fair grounds (yes, I did try to sign up to make the jump, but I waited too long and they were full - I'll have to save that for the next time)! We heard that this was the first time that the weather was perfect for the launches and every one went up!
The one glitch was on ...
... with a garage full of beautifully restored cars and Stephen and I had a good time inspecting them all.
The car show was a small preview of the upcoming show next month. There were close to 75 very interesting cars on display on McCullough St. Some were full-on race cars and others were beautiful stock restorations. All the cars were well presented and most were muscle cars. I think it was a wonderful show.
Reluctantly we said goodbye to Magnificent GC, and headed off into the Mojave desert in search of "Pirates Cove", a desert resort on the banks of the Colorado river. As was becoming habit, I was up at 6 am and set off driving whilst everyone else stayed in bed, then we stopped for breakfast at 10 am with half the journey under our belt! When we arrived at Pirates Cove, we had a panic, because they had no record of our reservation ! ...