a view from the upper pool. . .wow that waterfall is TALL.
Our campsite in the snow. The lows each night were around 23 degrees. We planned for cold nights when we purchased a propane heater that could be used inside our tent, but the mornings were COLD and none of us wanted to stay outside and cook breakfast. The kids seemed to wake up at 6 AM every morning and would warm us with their laughter. They would play games in their sleeping bags and thier stuffed animals would be flying all over the tent. They would read/quote their favorite books of the napping house and the itsy bitsy spider and laugh some more. Every morning we'd boil water for some wonderful starbuck's microground coffee and we'd eat our continental breakfast of bagels, yogurt and hardboiled eggs in the warmed-up minivan. It was a system that worked pretty well.
The kids found that nature has the best toys. All sizes of rocks were chosen to throw into the snow banks to make "decorations" at the campsite.
Listening to the sounds of the Grand Canyon at the bookstore.
Taking in the sunset at Lipan Point. . . just breath taking! Majave Point Pima Point Playing around and enjoying the warmer weather at Lake Havasu. Trying to stay clear of the prickly cactus. Sunset at Lake Havasu. The historic London Bridge now resides at Lake Havasu City.