The famous London Bridge,currently residing in Lake Havasu Arizona
I went running around Lake Havasu this morning and my first stop was the London Bridge where I took a few pictures. I didn't walk across it, I'll save that for another time, I just took some pictures from the parking lot where I was at.
The London Bridge has a lot of history associated with it and the story of how it got from London England where it was used to cross the Thames River for over a 100 years, to here at Lake Havasu is also very interesting. I walked across the bridge many years ago and my biggest memory is the big chips in it where German airplanes shot it during World War II.
After that I bought a tank of propane at $2.70 a gallon which is about a dollar a gallon less than I was paying for it in Denver. I wish diesel fuel was a bargain here but it's about $3.50 a gallon, and when I left Denver I filled up at $2.07 a gallon. Arizona's always had high gas taxes. Then I stopped at Walmart and bought a few things before I headed home.
In my world that's considered a busy day, so now I'll have to relax all afternoon to make up for all the relaxing I missed this morning.
So, what are the Lake Havasu Winter visitors doing on this late fall day in Arizona? I thought you'd never ask...... There playing golf.
Their paddle boarding. don't ask me why.
there cruising on the Colorado river.
There out for a stroll.
And last but not least, they're doing what most RVers do, sitting outside in a lawn chair talking.......Wooooo ! is that a big fancy new Arctic Fox in the background? I think one that big would require a 1 ton Dooley to safely pull it.