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... We had to be careful of all the ropes as the balloons rose up all around us...wow! It was magnificent to see! All the shape balloons were crazy-fun, and the sight of about 100 balloons floating in the evening skies was amazing! But the real highlight was the night-glow, where all the pilots fire their propane burners at once, which glow through ...
... and reconstructed brick by brick. The bridge now connects Havasu Island to the rest of the city. On the island there is a very nice park lined with sandy beaches along the channel with walkways circling the area.
December 9 We decided to go cycling today and Dan packed up a lunch to take with us. We started at Lake Havasu State Park along the edge of the lake. After the park we continued along the ...
... 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 ...
... is me" look whenever he's left behind in the hotel rooms, but today we're convinced he's saying something else. We've learned that pubs are good places to escape the heat and Lake Havasu has lots to offer. Lunch with The Brewery Brothers and dinner at The Mudshark---complete with a Jimmy Buffet wannabe & singalong. Our late afternoon plans to give Jake a second swim in the lake are interrupted with the arrival of ...
Last night was our first night sleeping in Hotel California. It was somewhat surprisingly comfortable considering the small space. We got a little chilly towards the early morning, but not unbearably- just an excuse for morning snuggles.
We woke up at sunrise and enjoyed another great breakfast lakeside and just lounged around as we waited for the day to warm up to high 70s.
Dave asked ...