Knights Inn Lake Havasu City
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... selling the bridge because it could no longer withstand modern modes of transportation. So, in 1968, he bought the bridge for $2.4 million.
The bridge was dismantled, granite brick by granite brick--each numbered meticulously, so that when the blocks were shipped to the United States, the bridge could be re-assembled like a jigsaw puzzle.
Well we are about to leave Lake Havasu City tomorrow and I have
discovered that I cannot make changes to our map. If I want each stop pinned
then I need to write a blog from each stop….sorry not going to happen. I do not
want this to become a chore or boring for you.
We have had a great time here and the weather has been
fantastic. I love 80+ degrees with a slight breeze.
We came ...
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One balloon lowered to the water, but then seemed to have some issues getting itself away from the shore and back up into the air.
... 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 ...