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... that we can see. And so it is us who fling themselves into the lake in gay abandon. It's so warm. Like a bath. We watch young boys skateboarding and scooting at the lakeside skate park. They flip themselves over concrete mini precipices, zoom up near vertical walls and generally behave in a way that would give their mothers a heart attack should they see them. But apparently it keeps them off the streets and away from drugs and bad choices, so what would a few ...
I know what you're thinking. You’re thinking we’ve found the seniors’ party scene here in Lake Havasu, and have taken to wild and crazy partying. Well, we did stumble across a couple of bars full of seniors rockin’ out to the live music. But no, we are not the wild asses the title suggests, as you will see in a minute.
The reservoir that is Lake Havasu was created when the Parker Dam was built in the 1930’s ...
... two beautiful English Setters. Mack was blind and so old he didn’t want to walk anymore. He went SO slow, and when we stopped to pet him for 10 seconds, he figured it was his cue to lay down and wouldn’t get back up again. He was so sweet. I love dogs. :)
There is a hiking trail along the lakeshore (Mohave Sunset Trail) that runs from near our campsite, thru Arroyo-Camino Interpretive Garden with a variety of cacti and native plants, ...
... Tuesday, the United States Government called for a shut down on all National Parks because no one could agree on the budget for the parks. Until this is resolved, all National Parks are closed. The last time this happened was 1995! Just my luck. This includes 3 which I was supposed to be going to; The Grand Canyon, Yosemite and Alcatraz. Stupid, huh? So, our entire itinerary has changed. We were offered a refund of the full $1,200 but ...
Got up early and went to the picnic area to fix some coffee and enjoy
the early morning view. The early morning mist was blowing off and it
was very nice. We were looking at the brids flying in and out of the
rocks down on the shore. There were some new ones we were not familar
with but had the bird book to assist us. A gentleman that walks here
regularily came up and told us there were some nesting commorants along
the edge so we decided ...