Clicking the pics is never-ending, no matter how many you click, tomorrow there will be more.
Still boondocking in the same spot across the street from Sara Park. Haven't felt the urge or the need to move yet.
Another beautiful day in Lake Havasu, low 80s in the daytime, 50s at night, and the humidity in the teens.
I think I will probably hitch up and ease on down the road early next week, and Laughlin, Nevada, will most likely be my destination, and with any luck, I may find a friendly casino parking lot to boondock in.
I'm sure that the spring break crowds will start getting worse and worse in Lake Havasu, but I've never heard of Laughlin Nevada, or its sister city, Bullhead city, Arizona on the other side of the river, being a popular spring break town even though their both right on the Colorado River, just like Lake Havasu. The minimum gambling age in Nevada's 21, so I don't think casinos are that attractive for most college-age kids, and for the older ones who want to gamble, they would probably choose Las Vegas; that's where the action is. And Laughlin is full of old geezers like me, and there is no "action."
I don't care that much about gambling; in fact, when I'm boondocked in a casino parking lot, the buffet gets more of my money than the slots do. I like to see the sights in casinos; and I'm looking forward to visiting the car Museum at the Riverside casino in Laughlin. And I really liked the car Museum up on the fifth floor at the Imperial Palace in Las Vegas. But that was long ago, and neither the car Museum nor the Imperial Palace exists anymore. But they don't waste space on the strip in Las Vegas, so I'm sure something bigger, better, and even more gaudy has replaced it.
These are power lines near where I'm boondocked. I got to noticing one day that they look like Batman, I'm sure they didn't do that on purpose, unlike Disney World where the power poles are made to look like Mickey Mouse. Google up Mickey Mouse power poles, and you can see the detail that Disney goes to, to keep the theme going.
Riding a motocross bike requires a lot of skill, which some people apparently are born with a certain amount of. It also requires a fair amount of courage, which is easily replaced by stupidity if need be.