Laughlin Buzz

Dec 16, 2014

Beautiful December on the Colorado River in Laughlin

Laughlin, NV

The water flow (controlled upstream) by the dams was low on the Colorado River today.   We got a few shots of the River along the Riverwalk in Laughlin.

Even though it was overcast and only brief moments of sun it was a beautiful day.  57 degrees in Laughlin is considered by most to be "chilly" but with no wind today it was very nice.

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Looking up river by the Colorado Belle.  You can see where the "normal" level for the River is. 

Looking across the Colorado River to the Bullhead City, Arizona side

Looking down river.  Pioneer Casino Cowboy sign (River Rick) lurking in the palm trees

No docking - Dangerous Undertow.  Just not today. 

No Wind makes the 57 degrees seem nice. 

Arizona across the River

Low Water by the Water Taxi Dock

Despite how nice it was, very few people were out on the Riverwalk.  


By the River


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