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January/February 2018 Issue

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In This Issue: Managing Editor’s Letter Living with Dementia Winter Workouts Breakfast in Lake Havasu Glossed Ask An Attorney Pet Friendly Photo Finish Master Gardner - Lavender Do Your Part - Support Lake Havasu City Art And so much more!  Pick up your copy or subscribe now!

Photo Finish - Why We Live in Havasu!

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If anyone ever asks you what you love about Lake Havasu, show them this picture. This photo speaks volumes, capturing all the reasons we live in Havasu; beautiful weather, sandy beaches, a beautiful lake, bike trails, fishing—and of course—those stunning sunsets that accentuate the close of another perfect day! “I shot this at Windsor 5 in Lake Havasu State [...]

Winter Workouts in Lake Havasu

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The beauty of living in Havasu is that the winter weather doesn’t drive you indoors to get your daily workout. Here are a few ideas for getting your heart pumping while enjoying the great outdoors: 1. Head to the Island and jog or bike around the paved 3-mile loop. This completely flat loop is great for beginners or a light workout. Remember: walkers coun[...]

Pet Friendly in Lake Havasu

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Locals and visitors really appreciate the welcome their pets receive here in Lake Havasu City. From a number of pet-friendly hotels, motels, and campgrounds to numerous outdoor activities—Havasu welcomes all of your four legged friends. Sure, we all enjoy the great outdoors and the beautiful weather, but nothing beats being able to include our canine friends[...]

Lavender in Lake Havasu

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Lavender (lavandula) is the queen of the scented herb garden.  It is the backbone of many of our perfumes, soaps, sachets, and potpourris. The botanical name comes from the Latin word lavare, meaning to wash.  Since the earliest of times, lavender has been used to perfume bath water and burned as incense to cleanse hospitals. You usually picture it in an Eng[...]

Do Your Part - Promote Art in Lake Havasu

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Lake Havasu Has a Rich Tapestry of Organizations Dedicating to Promoting the Fine Arts Here is a listing of members of the Allied Arts Council: Christine’s Fine Art and More is an art gallery/studio specializing in local, original artwork. Artwork is displayed in an intimate setting that surrounds a full studio and classroom. The gallery showcases art fo[...]

November/December 2017 Issue

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In This Issue: Managing Editor’s Letter Women in Business Iconic Off Road Spots in Lake Havasu Vegetable in the Low Desert Glossed Ask An Attorney Sweet Treats Photo Finish The London Bridge - Before Lake Havasu! Spelunk Your Way on Route 66 And so much more!  Pick up your copy or subscribe now!

The Day’s Last Light

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By Gerardo Gonzalez The last light of the setting sun can be a magical time of day in Lake Havasu, as the number of stunning sunsets are too numerous to even count. The reflection of the sun’s rays on the clouds and the lake make for a mesmerizing image. The rocky shore and low-hanging branches in the foreground give the photo a real depth. Gerardo took t[...]

Vegetables in the Low Desert

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Most of us are transplants from another state and are undoubtedly used to planting our vegetable gardens in real soil.  However, here in the low desert, we have dirt, not soil--and due to our heat index, a frustration with nature.  Since there is a little bit of Farmer John in all of us, I thought I would write about the what, when, where and how on vegetabl[...]