We ended up getting there on a Thursday and staying for two weeks. I've never been to Lake Havasu before and really liked the area. It's right on a beautiful lake, and I got to see the London Bridge and listen to great music. There's good shopping in Lake Havasu City, and I was able to have The Palms re-weighed again by the same company who weighed her five years ago. (We're still underweight by quite a bit, and well distributed. So that was nice to know!)
I have a lot of photos from Lake Havasu, so I'll split them up in two or three posts and go light on the text.
This was our first campsite. I snagged one with enough room for two rigs, and when my friend left on Sunday, I moved closer to where most of the RVs were set up. This was perfect, though, flowers all around, craggy hills in every direction, and even a good tree! We also had two good stone fire pits already set up for our campfires. Level and lots of room. Perfect!
It was cold in the mornings, so Katie had her pink bomber jacket on:
Wild flowers in the kitchen:
When the sun was setting that first day, everything lit up around us. It was beautiful.
Then the sun was setting and we had a beautiful sunset:
Full moon rising over our campsite:
It was so beautiful and peaceful at our site.
That's about it for our camp - I'll post more in a day or so with photos of the Bluegrass festival musicians that we saw and The London Bridge pictures.
From me and Katie, have a great Monday, everyone!😎💓😎