Two RV Gypsies: Full-Time RVers
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The two RV Gypsies at Parker Dam in Arizona July 27, 2012
aerial view of Parker Dam
Parker Dam is a concrete arch-gravity dam that crosses the Colorado River 155 miles downstream of Hoover Dam. Built between 1934 and 1938 by the Bureau of Reclamation, it is 320 feet high, 235 feet of which are below the riverbed, making it 'the deepest dam in the world'. The dam's primary functions are to create a reservoir, and to generate hydroelectric power. The dam straddles the border between California and Arizona. The reservoir behind the dam is called Lake Havasu and can store over 210 billion U.S. gallons.
approaching Parker Dam in Arizona
Parker Dam in Arizona as seen through the window of the car
sign: Parker Dam Road
view off the side of Parker Dam
panorama from Parker Dam
view from Parker Dam
Parker Dam
Parker Dam panorama
columns and chains on Parker Dam
panorama of Parker Dam
look below

Below is the sub-menu for Arizona
You may view these twelve (12) choices in any order you wish.
There is also a link to California at the bottom of this page.

Willcox, Arizona
and the BBQ Restaurant
Fort Willcox RV Park
and the roadrunner
Chiricahua National Monument The double rainbow
and the deer encounter
Saguaro National Park Sabino Canyon
Travel and Casa Grande Ruins Amazing scenery
Fry's London Bridge

Parker Dam (this page)

Lake Havasu Island
look below

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