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... to their place along with a few other friends and enjoyed a beverage on the outside veranda. A good night indeed.
Well its moving day again. The day started off well but took a bit of a turn when the main slide-out refused to come in all the way. Ken, from the resort, came by to give us a hand in solving the problem. We tried a number of things without success. He gave us the number of a person at Footlhills RV to contact so we left him a message to contact ...
... huge plates of salad with as many toppings as you wanted for our lunch, followed by some flute-playing and singing (rather humorous entertainment!); then we all loaded into hay wagons for a tour of the farm fields and the harvesting of whatever veggies you wanted that were in season. We all loaded our big orange sacks with delicious lettuce, ...
... River. We crossed the river into Arizona and headed just a little north to Lake Havasu City where we got to see and cross the London Bridge. The ACTUAL London Bridge. We were clueless as to this little bit of historical trivia. McCullough of McCullough Chainsaw fame was the founder of Lake Havasu City and in 1968 he purchased the London Bridge (which had fallen into disrepair and was being auctioned off - in London). He had it dismantled and shipped 5400 miles ...
... we had a very nice meal and lots of laughs. Back to the park for the evening afterward.
Saturday we all met for a continental breakfast. The chapter had their meeting and we went to Canyon Lake Dam up by Canyon City. This is a rolled earth dam on the Guadalupe River built by the Army Corps of Engineers back in 1958 and once finished the Canyon Lake was formed in 1964. The dam is 1.3km long and 38m high, Canyon Lake is ...
... underneath the freeway, a great spot to enjoy 30 degrees in the sun.
Ocean-to Ocean Bridge: there you are in the middle of the desert and you find an ocean-to-ocean bridge… funny that it’s here, that the last link went into the East to West.
Pivot Point: you can always learn here something about the history: if it is the steam boats, the railroad, the ...