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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and after some internet searches we choose the Crazy Horse Campground. The pull was 183 miles from our home, and took an easy 3 hours. We got in after dark, and backed into our VERY small space (think sardines in a can) just as the moon rose. The weather was AMAZING! Temps were in the 70s, with no breeze. After dropping the trailer and hooking up to the 30 amp electric service and water (no sewer that close to the lake), we ...
... mountain backdrops, there was a distinct lake of Joshua trees in the park as it turned to desert quickly. We continued on making only one stop to change jackets as the clouds were getting darker, we saw only a handful of cars for this part of the journey through the Rice Valley Wilderness. Eventually we arrived at the only crossroads in the desert, with highway 95 at Vidal, Mel & I now understood why there was nowhere to ...
... got some rain, which left snow in Flagstaff. I was saying that I needed to keep my journey moving so I could stay ahead of the weather, but I didn't really think I would have anything to worry about. Well, guess again.
One of the big highlights of sitting around talking was that Beth and I are now planning a trip to Venice, Rome and maybe Tuscany, next year!!! We got so excited. Went to the book store to get a book on Arizona, and right there, in ...
... Lake Havasu is a development started in the seventies by the McCullough Company. It is most famous as the home of the London Bridge, purchased by McCullough as a sales gimic back in the early days of the development. Now, Lake Havasu is a destination resort offering lots of water recreation on the dammed up Colorado River.
Our purpose in visiting Lake Havasu dealt with ...
... chips. Afternoon snacks: peanuts, more gummy bears (now stuck to the inside of my cycling top but I pull them off and eat them), squashed peanut butter biscuits. At the gas station: 2 pints of chocolate milk. On arrival: Ice cream sandwich, recovery drinks. Dinner: Mexican burrito, steak, corn chips, salsa, sludgy cheesy rice mush. My first glass of wine on the trip. Oh, and at least 10 gallons of ...