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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Lake Havasu City, Arizona

welcomes visitors.

Eric & I stroll London Bridge.

This stone bridge, constructed in
1831, was dismantled in 1962
because it could not sustain the
demands of modern traffic.

The bridge was sold to Robert P. McCulloch, entrepreneur and founder of Lake Havasu City. The bridge was  rebuilt in Lake Havasu City in 1971, and serves as the city's focal point.

Lake Havasu City is
a boater's mecca.

Relax & enjoy your
tour of the lake.

One of twenty-two functioning
Lake Havasu

Replicas of lighthouses from the East Coast of the US dot the eastern shore of Lake Havasu.  Replicas of lighthouses from the West Coast were placed along the western shore of the lake.

A model of a British city
has many shops &
services for tourists.

The Shoppes at
London Bridge

Eric uses a British
Phone Box.

These gates was imported
 from Witley Court in

one of the many restaurants
near the lake.

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