Jump in the Lake when it gets 112 Degrees!!!
Lake Havasu wasn't on our trip, but we decided to check it out! It was about 103 degrees when we drove thru there. So I jumped in the lake, and found that there were fresh water clams in the lake. There were power boats and lots of action in the water that day.
London Bridge and the Desert
"Bridge still standing"
Welcome to the winter heaven for snow birds,during the time between Oct,thru March,the area is flooded with those seeking to escape cold weather;also During march,the kick-off for Spring breaker's,who flock here like misguided seagulls,all looking for the same thing,the nearest party.this influx,continue's thru spring right into summer,where Californian's escape with boats to float upon the Colorado River/Lake Havasu.The downfall to all this,to many boats ,which seem to grow in size,on a not so large lake,so we end up,the locals,not really being able to enjoy,what we have outside our front door,plus the ever popular,drink and drive problem,and for families with children,avoid the ever famous Copper canyon,or Sand Bar,or any place,where there is more then 30 boats moored togeather,this is the "Party Zone",unless of course,seeing alot of flesh,inappropriate conduct,etc.does not bother you,then welcome.Now,as for the London Bridge and the Channel,during the summer months,when well over 100 boats are docked up and down,both sides of a small channel,the fumes from the exhaust's should do the trick,but hey,you could always gather the beads.Would I recommend this place,NO,unless you like to party,"Hang Out",if you know what I mean,and take the risk,of being run down by a boat.all I could say is,"go for it".