- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... bring hydroelectric power and drinking water to Southern California. Located at Parker, AZ, the dam is about ½ hour drive from Lake Havasu City, so we headed there one day to check it out. It’s a concrete arch-gravity dam that straddles California and Arizona over the Colorado River, and is the deepest dam in the world (235 ft of its 320 ft is below the riverbed). The Hoover Dam is 155 miles upstream.
Leaving Parker Dam, we came across a ...
... boat launch at the other end. Roger loves watching boats, which is funny because he doesn’t care to be on them. The boat launch is extra special because it has boats, AND people backing up trailers (another thing he loves to watch). :oP
Birds – some mornings, we wake up to the sound of birds tap-dancing on our roof. It makes me giggle ... as long as it’s after 7:30. Earlier and I’d be out there chucking rocks. LOL. Not ...
... of the original US Route 66 which remains. We saw several series of Burma Shave signs, many freight trains and folks enjoying the historic towns along the route. We passed, but didn’t visit, Grand Canyon Caverns along the way near Peach Springs.
Because of our early start we arrived at our end-of-day destination about 3:00. After texting India, we continued into Lake Havasu City and had a wonderful visit with everyone ...
... good speed for going with the top down, and fuel consumption in the 3.9l V6. By now we were getting a bit peckish, so we stopped at the McDonalds to get an Ice Cream. We’ve not experienced this before, but the prices were so jacked up there so much that we soon forgot about it. We probably didn’t need the extra calories anyway!
We paid our $25 for the car and was let into the park. A very short drive later and we reached the southern rim of ...
... we could actually see water spots on the some of the fields.
Drove to Parker which has become a popular snowbird area with BLM lands and a number of RV parks along the river. Parker is named for Ely Parker the first Native American commissioner for the US government. Fields are green and vegetation is growing. Parker is also home for the Parker Dam and Power Plant. RV's are not allowed to cross the dam so I was not able to ...