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Jun 13, 2005 - Next stop Lake Havasu City, Arizona

We are heading to Lake Havasu where we will leave the motorhome for the summer and drive home from there. We will return on weekends through the summer. It is a 4 hour drive. My next dilemma is how to fit all our clothes and souvenirs into the PT Cruiser to transport home! Our route will take us across the Hoover Dam and we had to call ahead to check and make sure we could cross in the motorhome. There have been changes in their restrictions ever since 9/11. It should be a scenic journey. We may not get wireless service in Havasu so I may...

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Apr 19, 2005 - Needles, CA

We stayed at the Desert View RV Resort in Needles, CA. We decided to stay two nights here, before heading up to Flagstaff, AZ. It is a beautiful, landscaped park. It was very warm here, even in April. Can't imagine what it would be like in July. Lots of motorcycles around - there is the annual poker run in Laughlin, NV, (near here) and they expect 70,000 bikes.

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Jan 27, 2005 - Palm Springs to Lake Havasu

Up about 7:15 this morning,I begin the tasks of cleaning up and disconnecting. The sewer line is, well, I hate it. Since the water hose is problematic, I carry tea kettles full of water in to pour down the toilet and then struggle to get the line put away properly. Ugh! In the process, I mess up my newly cleaned floor! After that, I go for a shower, throwing a load of laundry in at the same time. It is eleven by the time I pull out of the RV park, not believing how long these processes took, and still needing to stop for groceries and...

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Jan 12, 2005 - London Bridge Lake Havasu, Arizona

The London Bridge was sold to McCulloch Oil Corp for $2,460,000 in 1968. The bridge was mismantled & each piece numbered and shipped. Construction in Lake Havasu was begun on Sept 23, 1968 and completed Oct 10, 1971 with a crew of 40 men. Shipping and construction brought the total cost of relocating the bridge to $7,500.000. We combined this trip with a Walmart visit!

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