Western Arizona

Trip Day Twenty-nine,
Thursday, June 1st,2006

Approaching Lake Havasu, Arizona
Old Volcano Necks

form interesting peaks in the desert landscape. This area was once very active with vulcanos.

Power lines distribute electricity from Parker Dam.

Lake Havasu is 45 miles long and empounds water for the lower Colorado River Basin.
Learn more about Parker Dam and this region at this website.

The Road To Havasu City

4:51 PM: Lake Havasu begins to shine in the distance.
It had been a pretty long day crossing California — about 450 miles.
The temperature was 110° when we arrived at about 5 PM.

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