Monthly Archives: June 2010

Lake Havasu City: Arizona’s West Coast Playground When Parker Dam was completed in 1938 and Lake Havasu began to fill, it not only provided water for California’s west coast cities, it also created Arizona’s “west coast” beaches. Birds flocked to … Continue reading

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Kingman: Heart of Route 66 Is Still Beating The county seat of Mohave County is located in a pass between the rugged Cerbat Mountains on the north and the tall Hualapai Mountains on the south, affording passage from the Hualapai … Continue reading

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