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... refreshing. Travis wandered off to get some more supplies and we enjoyed a quick dip. Turns out Travis was gone for a while, so we though it's probably best to start getting camp set up. Now for some people on the trip, it is their first experience of camping, for example Mr Sweden, and in all fairness we all managed to get the tents set up quickly. A very tired Travis eventually returned and kind of left us to it to be honest, but we all pulled together and set up dinner ...
... I knew one thing he did not like about this place to which I responded "what?", and he said, "nothing. There is not one thing I don't like about this place." Later he said that Lake Havasu City had the effect on him of not wanting to do anything-- even fish! If you know Dave at all, you know that for him to not be doing something is huge. The relaxing effect is one reason we are a little behind on our ...
... It was founded by McCulloch, who owned a boat motor & chain saw manufacturing company. He had been looking for a place to test his boat motors, and decided this piece of barren dessert on the water was a perfect spot. He bought the land, moved his chain saw manufacturing plant here, started an airline (yes, he was a wealthy man), and started attracting visitors and workers here. Acquiring the London Bridge was part of his plan to bring tourism to the ...
... got some rain, which left snow in Flagstaff. I was saying that I needed to keep my journey moving so I could stay ahead of the weather, but I didn't really think I would have anything to worry about. Well, guess again.
One of the big highlights of sitting around talking was that Beth and I are now planning a trip to Venice, Rome and maybe Tuscany, next year!!! We got so excited. Went to the book store to get a book on Arizona, and right there, in ...
... before getting dressed up for dinner at Cha-Bones. Cha-Bones is a swanky but well-priced restaurant near the coast in Lake Havasu. They serve pizza, pasta, steak and ribs and its all delicious, with much smaller portions than other American restaurants we've been to. I had a sausage pizza with a beer and rye dough which was incredible - best pizza I've ever had - but soooo rich. I had to talk half back to the hotel with me to eat the next ...