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- Pets allowed
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... after the office had closed, but had no trouble locating our site and backing in before enjoying a beautiful sunset. The evening was rather cool, however, so we headed off to dinner before the evening chill (and my worsening cold) chased us to bed early. Sunday morning dawned cloudy and cool, and we enjoyed the electric fireplace, coffee, and football. Chris and Stephanie arrived just as ...
... that there was a London bridge that was dismantled brick by brick and moved here to go across the lake. We thought we would go and have a look at it as it was only a 2 minute drive then we could go and look at the lake.
We parked up in the visitor centre car park and headed to the bridge - you could see it had come from England and we felt a little like we were in London. We walked around and over the bridge - unfortunately apart from the bridge there wasn't much around and it ...
... said "Wild burros on road. Do not feed or harass the burros." I laughed at how ridiculous this sounded until, 50 feet later, there stood three burros. OMG, that made my day. They were so cute! One sauntered up out of the ditch and came to my open window. I wanted so badly to pet him, but was afraid to get my fingers snapped off, so I closed the window on him. :( Not wanting to harass or encourage him to be on the road, we rolled forward, but he just ...
... they like to be up there. Sometimes it’s the water from the air conditioner but, not here, as we haven’t run it. We’ve also seen Anna’s Hummingbirds (yes, that’s right, they named one after me), woodpeckers that like to peck the Yellow Palo Verde tree outside our window, and roadrunners! They are so cool. They’re only about a foot tall, and they’re pretty skinny, and they’re shy. They sure take off like a shot ...
... rock dwellings everywhere. This was cool until around hour 8 of driving. We got into Lake Havisu at night time and got pizza. The pizza was huge! The slices were like NY size that cannot be bought in Aus. It was delicious but 2 slices were more than enough. We set up camp and put up the tents, I shared one with my fellow Aussie and crashed, falling asleep as I hit the pillow, while all the other crazy people went and climbed some mountain at ...