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Our drive from the Phoenix area to Lake Havasu City was pretty much desert and mountains and more mountains and desert with an occasional irrigated field and big dairy farm factory thrown in -- and the closer to California we got the more barren the mountains. And then a beautiful sight -- the Colorado River and lots of blue water! We've been missing water! The Colorado River, 1,450 miles ...
... 8217;s of
people there in an area about the size of one quarter of a football field. In
this area besides all the people were is 3 bars, music stage, 3 areas to order
food and of course….a horseshoe pit, located behind one of the bars, not sure
where you stood when you weren’t throwing your shoes (yes that narrow). It was
a hodgepodge of a place which gave it so much character. Rusty waited in line
for our ...
We test fired a few comets the night before the show to make sure we had the right distance between the firing positions to get the patterns in the sky we wanted. My photographs told us to spread the positions out further. Those comets are really strong!
We arrived in Lake Havasu City, Arizona on Thursday afternoon. We are staying at Lake Havasu State Park. It is located along the Lake and is a really nice park. We have a nice view of the lake from our trailer.
The 5th Havasu Balloon Festival kicked off this morning. Our ...
... bridge from England when they upgraded to a new one in 1971 for a cool $2.5 million. Then it had to be taken apart, each brick numbered, shipped to California where it was loaded onto trucks and driven to Havasu and reassembled. That part cost another $7 million. Needless to say it is quite the tourist attraction. Later on, in the afternoon when it was boiling, we played around in the lake which was a mere 10 yards from our RV site while Elmo, the lovebird, sat ...