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Paddling Under London Bridge…Really

Paddling Under London Bridge…Really

  • Author: Alison
  • Date Posted: Apr 9, 2019
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  • Address: Lake Havasu State Park

London Bridge. The ACTUAL London Bridge, the very same one that used to span the Thames, was taken apart brick by brick and shipped to Lake Havasu in 1968. It was reassembled on land as part of a real estate development plan, and then had a river dredged out from beneath it. Seriously…you can’t make this up. But apparently the plan worked out, as this area is now a hopping tourist mecca, with London Bridge smack in the middle of it. So of course we had to get out there and paddle under it, and later walk over it, because…why not? I mean, they seem to have gone to so much trouble to get it here! Anyway, you can read more about the history of how this happened on Wikipedia.


Paddling with proper pinkie extended position


Superman…London’s calling!

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    5 Comments

  1. You guys are killing me!!! This is very COOL! I definitely did not know about the Lake Havasu Bridge. Looks like you are having quite the time!!

  2. …and we’re off! Can’t wait to share your journey via blog, keep the posts and pictures coming please!! London Bridge, who knew???? lol

  3. That is AMAZING!!

  4. What an awesome history lesson! Thank you! I would have definitely gotten that wrong on Jeopardy.

  5. Just starting to follow your blog, a little late, looks like great fun so far.

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