4/15/06 Hello from Craggy Wash near Lake Havasu City. About a dozen Boomers and RoVing Rods are camped near us and we are having sunny weather and happy social times. The event we all came here to see starts tomorrow: WinterBlast. This is a 4 day fireworks demonstration by the Western Pyrotechnic Association, and it is fabulous, and free. Last year there were awesome arrangements of fireworks choreographed to music, as well as unusual fireworks that aren't usually seen in a typical display. While we have been waiting for this to start, we have been trying to catch up on some paperwork and computer work. Luckily, John and Vi Primmer are parked right next to us with their internet dish. Over the weekend we wandered through the street fair that was held here, although the only purchases we made were from the nearby thrift store! Yesterday, to celebrate Valentine's Day, we did our usual 4 mile walk and then went to see "Brokeback Mountain" at the theaters. It was a very good movie, although the ending is sad. Then we fixed ourselves a delicious filet mignon dinner, with grilled asparagus, sauteed mushrooms, and twice baked potatoes. Yummy.
Lake Havasu City is famous for being the place where the London Bridge is now located. In my next blog update, I will try to have a picture for you.