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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 ...
... bridge! Yes they purchased the bridge from England & bought it out to the desert to cross the Colorado river in the 1831, it had originally spanned the Thames. The resort was tired but clean so we decided to get our laundry done & head to the bar to chill while the machines did their job. We ate early in the Resturant and watched an amazing sunset light up Havasu City a cross the lake. We retired early as we were all ...
... walk off our big meal so we did some souvenir shopping. The stores were filled with tacky, yet hilarious items. We took tons of pictures. The last shop was at the ice cream shop. We had to get their famous shakes, which were the best we have ever had! Sam and I chose peanut butter/ Oreo and Chris went with chocolate. We could only finish half of the large cups, but it was well worth it! Haha. Our trip tonight has ended at Lake Havasu. The high was supposed to be 114, but ...
... we could actually see water spots on the some of the fields.
Drove to Parker which has become a popular snowbird area with BLM lands and a number of RV parks along the river. Parker is named for Ely Parker the first Native American commissioner for the US government. Fields are green and vegetation is growing. Parker is also home for the Parker Dam and Power Plant. RV's are not allowed to cross the dam so I was not able to ...
... 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 ...