Sand Castle Lakeview
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... here too, every one seems to own a Speedboat and some of them are absolute beasts!
So this is the last day in Arizona and we will miss it very much, we really love the state, its our favourite but quite amargin. Tomorrow is the beginning of California and we are booked to stay in a place called Barstow. Looking forward to seeing how different it is to the other places we have been, as its been all the way through the trip.
... adjust: auto;">We like Lake Havasu, its got all you need, a State Park within biking distance of town that has decent grocery stores plus a library or Starbucks for Wiffi! In previous years we've make it the first stop on our way down to Arizona. Like all the State parks now though it's difficult to get in but we were lucky!
... soldiered on! It was a great hike, with a lunch high on a hill overlooking Lake Havasu, and a long, hot walk over the ridge back to the trucks! The beer back at the campground was well-deserved, as was the delicious BBQ tri-tip dinner!
Glorious sunsets and a campfire with new friends From the trailer next door heralded out our time at a ...
... across it as we were looking around. It's called Ed’s Deli and is not much more that a hole in the wall with a few tables and no decoration. We ordered a foot long hoagie with corned beef and swiss cheese for $6.00. It was dressed simply with lettuce, spicy mustard, pepper and came with some crisp, fresh, slice dill pickles. Boy – was this hoagie stacked! It was all the two of us could do to polish it ...
... hilarious and kept us laughing on our first day. His catchphrase is now 'Absolutely' haha. As we drove through, suddenly in the middle of the this deserted area appears a beautiful blue river leading us through the local villages. We arrived at the camp site around 5:30, which presented us with this big gorgeous lake. Locals were riding their jet skis and boats, but yet was an incredibly peaceful place. We were actually allowed to go and have a swim in the lake which ...