Motel 6 Lake Havasu Lakeside
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Today we had a 90 minute walking tour of the London Bridge. It was interesting, but could have been a shorter tour. Our guide liked to talk. In the late 1960's the City Council of London placed the 131 year old London Bridge on the market. The bridge was sinking and unable to handle the traffic demands of London. Robert McCulloch, founder of Lake Havasu City, won the bridge with a bid of $2,460,000 at the City of London's auction in 1968. The bridges ...
... a beautiful day, but breezes were starting to pick up as Cindy and I packed up and headed home. Chris and Stephanie decided to extend a day, so we waved goodbye and headed out for a blustery drive home, fighting stiff head winds most of the way. We pulled in to the driveway shortly before 1 PM, and began getting ready for the Christmas Eve extravaganza at our house. Can't wait to head out again!
... the road and looked at us pulling away. Kinda ****** off, I think. Half a mile up the road, he still stood there, staring after us. ****. Luckily the speed limit was really slow, so I don’t think he was in much danger of being hit. We turned the truck around and drove by him again, and he was still on the road ... snoozing, I think! He was
standing there in the sun with his eyes closed. What a goof!
So, what’s with the wild ...
... br> There is a ferry that runs between Lake Havasu City on the Arizona side, and Havasu Landing on the California side. At a measly cost of $2 return, it was a great way for us to get out on the water. The only thing on the California side is a Casino on the Chemehuevi Indian Reserve, which explains the cheap ferry ride! We spent about 5 minutes and a whole $1 in the casino on the nickel slots. Big spenders!!
Our home here is Lake Havasu State ...
Driven Sunday: 430 km
Driven to date: 5859 km
Greg and I have spent the last three days in Lake Havasu City in western Arizona. To get here we drove over another mountain range (elevation approximately 2200m). We could see ski slopes in the mountains but no snow.
Lake Havasu City is a fairly new town, established ...