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... Kinda cool and quirky to see. The whole area surroundig the bridge is made up to be British - bit of fun. We headed to a free campground along the main road. Mostly today was just a driving day so not too exciting besides the few stops. One good thing to report - the weather was warm - we even slept with the windows open - a luxury.
The next morning we drove until we reached Yuma. At Yuma (a town ...
... Havasu City is built on the east side of a 75 mile long man-made lake when they built the Parker Dam at Topock gorge to the south. Considering that this is the only lake within a two hundred mile radius, there are lots of boats and numerous ongoing fishing tournaments all the time. Apparently, they fish for striped bass, largemouth bass, trout, crappie and catfish. The whole area is full of steep hills, canyons and gravel/sand dunes and all ...
... the sides were lined with bushes. We knew we must be close to Lake Havasu at this point. All of a sudden the path seemed to end.
It took one of the locals, who had been following behind us to point out an almost concealed break in the bushes and we were on our way again. This time the path lead out of the wash and up a steep cliff side where we scrambled along a narrow ledge. If I remember correctly, somewhere back there, we had passed a ...