We drove from Laughlin, NV to Parker, AZ today first heading south on the Needles Highway to I-40, then east to take AZ-95 south to Parker.
We stopped in Lake Havasu City at the Walmart to stock up on a few items we needed for our stay in Parker, then continued south.
In this photo, we can see some RV’s parked up on the hillside called The Steps. We camped there a couple of years ago while attending the Winter Blast with the Escapees Boomers group.
There is usually heavy traffic in both directions with just a small area for turning into the Steps. Toward the middle of the photo, you can see a break in the guardrails near the RV we’re following and the approaching vehicle.
And another photo of it as we get closer.
This photo is looking to the north from the south end of Lake Havasu.
This cluster of palm trees is an interesting landmark as we get closer to Parker.
The Blue Water Casino is the base for the Parker 425 race.
In Parker, we stopped at Superfuels to fill our fuel tank. We had planned to fill the propane tanks also, but there was too much congestion, and we decided to return later with just the small tank. South of Parker, we took Shea Road for approximately 8 miles where we joined Jerry & Sue, Ron & Diana, and one other Boomer couple who are here for the Parker 425. We got set up, had a late lunch and returned to town to fill the small propane tank and look for some information on the race.
With those tasks accomplished, we returned to the RV just in time for happy hour. It’s nice to have some warmer weather returning to us! We sat outside until it started chilling off, then it was back to the RV for the evening.