Every year in Lake Havasu, and at Sara Park the Western Pyro technic people set up their displays for buyers to see. Fireworks start on Wednesday and run until Sunday Evening. They begin at dusk and continue until 10-11pm. RV's Park in the surrounding BLM lands and it is crazy busy with campers in all available spots off the road and on the sides of the hills. 4x4's and camp fires everywhere. RV's of all kinds are seen. Some are funkier than others and plenty of interesting people. I have now learned, that I do not like fat black labs that hid under creepy trailers and show their teeth and pretend to attack.
This winter was extremely cold and it was a rare site, to wake in the morning and see snow on the mountain, in Lake Havasu! Cold was between 45-55 degrees, with high winds most days. Even with the many disappointing weather situations, the displays were a sight to see and we were happy to meet with new friends and fellow travelers from Mexico to experience it. Below is a picture of where we were parked, the rodeo grounds and surrounding areas. The following pictures, in no way, give you a clear example of the crazy unique experience we had.
We could see the higher fireworks from our camper. And of course Gay and Randy took their Ranger so we could explore. We had a picnic out in the rocks! Driving down the wash bed is definitely bumpy!
A pellet oven was very interesting. They were heating pizza.
Gracie needed a warm up so she squeezed into her bed when it was filled with toys.