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... The Original Bridge in London, a guy from Lake Havasu bought it, dismantled it block by block, numbered each piece, then put it back together next to the Mojave Desert in Lake Havasu reservoir lake. Go figure! We have tons of documentation and T-shirts to prove it! We had a good look at their little museum, went over the bridge, had an early dinner on the other side, came back over and drove back to our spot. Cool bridge!
Heading in direction of Flagstaff ...
... out of the canyon park we
noticed the lines to enter the park were huge. 3 car lanes and each
lane stretched for ages, it's the start of the long Memorial Weekend
traffic and we were happy to head away from it. Not so happy with the
rain, hail, sleet and snow which accompanied us for the first 2 hours
of our trip though!
We pulled in to Williams, Arizona to
pick up some bits and pieces including a sweatshirt for Josh who has
been getting along ...
... from Colorado whose CD I bought after Mandy and I saw him one evening when we were last in the Grand Canyon area some 6 years ago. His CD has stood the test of time and is in the 'heavily used’ section of our collection. Below the Saw Doctors, Meatloaf, Mark Knofler and Disney’s Greatest Hits I must admit (the latter saying more about the eccentricity of our family than the quality of the music), but certainly above Elton John, ...
For lunch we pulled into a classic route 66 stop, very busy and a lot of route 66 merchandise. Unfortunately in Vegas I had had a few burger meals so I didn't really appreciate this one! But it was good and we were all looking forward to some healthy meals after it. The stop was famous for ...
We looked carefully at the map, did some mileage calculations and realized that we MUST slow down. We've traveled 3,892.7 miles so far with somewhere in the neighborhood of 800 miles to go with 12 days to get to the Eureka/Arcata/McKinleyville area in California which is our first major stop. You may remember from the first post, Dolly's daughter Katie Emerson is graduating from Humboldt State University on May 17th ...