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Today is both mine and Leslie's Dads birthdays. We celebrated by taking a 90 minute detour north to checkout Lake Havasu and it's most famous attraction London Bridge. Yes this is the same bridge that spanned the river Thames in my home town from 1831 until 1967. Reconstruction of the bridge here in Arizona was completed in 1971, and now here it is …
... we had what was practically our own private beach area – fantastic!!!
We watched the sun set and drank beer by the lake – it was perfect!
Sunday 22nd June –
HOT! HOT! HOT!
Too hot to walk very far today we decided to chill out by the lake, it was 42 degrees today (over 100 degrees for the Americans reading :) ). We swam in the lake most of the day and sat under a tree by the lake until late in the afternoon, it was ...
... by solar energy stored in batteries and run thru inverters. There are tall structures on the land called cooling towers that operate without fans – when you wet the pads on top, cool air falls and you get cool airflow. Seemed like something we had to see.
Well, our two weeks in Lake Havasu have flown by. Tomorrow (Monday), we are off to Eva &
Doug’s place in Yuma for a week. Am excited to see my big sister. ;)
... could see. The ride on the old Route 66 was pretty desolate. The mountains were beautiful and the desert is quite pretty even at this time of year. The variations of the green colors on the desert floor are really beautiful.
"Oatman was developed in 1906 as a tent camp, flourished as a gold mining center, then was stricken a near fatal blow in 1942 when Congress declared that gold mining was no longer essential to the war effort."
... wake of mum and dads jet ski. We took it in turns to drive for a while, before heading up the lake a little bit where we found a small beach. Mum and dad got off here and let Will and I loose on the two jet skis where we had a whale of a time. After 2 hours of intense jet skiing and 6 US gallons of gas (22 litres) burned by each jet ski, we were famished, and headed over to In-N-Out Burger for lunch. In-N-Out is nothing like any other ...