Actually, all I could see in the rear-view mirror was the front of a white 5th wheel chasing me down the road. But in the side mirrors I could see Lake Havasu as Ms Hailey and I moved down the road. Before leaving Lake Havasu the propane was topped off for $2.69/g, which was a bit lower than some of the stations in town who were offering it at $3.99!
It’s that time of year, so we were headed – north. A short jog west on I-40 was enough of the Interstate for this week. And a look at the diesel prices in Needles ($4.79/g) was enough to turn us back north, out of California, and back into Arizona again!
Our mission was to meet up with Don and Don, from Driving Miss Donna, good friends from way back in high school. Nevada Telephone Cove seemed like a good place to meet up, so I carried on up there and found a primo spot on the beach.
The next day, Don & Donna arrived and pulled in beside me.
From here it was easy to keep an eye to the sky, in case flight MH370 came by!
Park Rangers patrolled the water as well as the roads.
I took a bit of time to explore some of the area. Just down the shore, was a tiny, private little cove where two washes converged.
The weather has been decidedly warm, verging on hot, very much unlike the weather back in Alberta and Saskatchewan, where winter has been decidedly reluctant to release it’s grip on the area.