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... and come back up the channel. After an hour and a half, we headed back to camp, where I lit a roaring fire and prepared coffee and Baileys, along with a nosh for everyone to share. While we were sitting around the fire, a pack of coyotes started yipping from the brush behind our campsite, startling us with how close they were. We visited late into the night (so late that Janet fell asleep ...
... to the low 40’s (about 5 C) at night), and the first sit-down on that cold toilet seat is, literally, an
eye opener. ;oP
We’ve made friends with Roger & Margaret, our camping neighbours from Lethbridge. They’re
retired farmers who are experienced Arizona RVers, so have lots of tips and information to share with us. Margaret lent me her very organized accordion folder with a section for each state park
Day 216 - Well, somehow the calendar is reading DECEMBER? When did that happen? We are in Lake Havasu City just a short distance from the Colorado River. The weather has been perfect lately, mid 70's, no humidity, and more importantly no rain!
Claudia and I took a 4 mile walk along a trail in the Lake Havasu State Park. It winds its way along the water and up and down a few hills on a well groomed sandy (and a bit bumpy with small rocks) ...
... on Chicken Tacos then viewed London Bridge after dark and watched George and India’s adult son, Jacob, win a close slow-pitch softball game. It’s been a long time since either of us have watched a ballgame in person and we enjoyed cheering and booing as appropriate.
Wednesday my mother was picked-up by the airport shuttle at 5:30 a.m. and whisked off to Las Vegas for her flight back to Costa Mesa. India and ...
... up with boats and jet skis in tow - even little desert buggys - all hitched up to the most massive RV you could imagine! When we chatted to them, the motto was "work hard, play hard", and this was the American way of playing - big boys with big toys! Not to be upstaged, I got on the phone and arranged our own jet ski for the day - a massive, 220 HP turbo charged SeeDoo! Wow! we had a blast racing up and down the river on this ...