This was filmed in the late 1930’s and early 1940’s in the Lake Havasu area. It has scenes of Havasu Landing in it’s early development and what fishing was like when the trees and brush were still protruding from the water. The branches of the trees were still above the water until the 1960’s and the fishing was excellent. We were still fishing in the trees while the divers with a barge from Lake Havasu City were in the lake cutting the trees off underwater. It was really sad to see them go.
The video ends with a short segment showing a couple of scenes in the Needles area and the return to Los Angeles on Route 66.
About 2 minutes of the video are a duplication of scenes posted by Catherine Gardner in her video Havasu Home Movies which are from our family 8mm film..
The video was converted from 8mm film to VHS in 1990 and now to MP4. There was no audio so music was added. All of the music was purchased by me, is not posted for monetary gain, and no copyright infringement is intended.
Those Were the Days – Mary Hopkins
Dream – The Pied Pipers
The 2008 40′ “Savage” Skater hits the waters of Lake Havasu! This one of a kind cat has customization’s from the ground up. The boat is currently rigged with twin supercharged Sterling 1350’s producing over 2700hp! Mercury Racing #6 drives with Herring 37p props. This hull is capable of speeds in excess of 200mph.
NO AUDIO YOU TUBE WOULDN’T LET ME PUT UP THE VIDEO SO I TOOK A LOT OF THE AUDIO OUT. IM ON ADCB F30 SPORT DECK ITS FAST 120 MPH FOR SALE 0K IF YOU HAVE 9K THEN THIS BOAT AIN’ T FOR YOU. NOTHING NOTHING WRONG WITH IT JUST COMING A NEW AND FASTER
This is footage from an American Explosives Group two-day commercial blasting class near Lake Havasu, Arizona. It features a Phantom 4 Drone provided by Western Industrial Fracking, LLC. Video and photos by Dez Stratford. Video Rating: / 5
Enjoy some of the highlights of a flight I did at one of the best places in Lake Havasu City.
Fish’n 4 Fun is a high-energy, action-packed, and exciting fishing show It’s all about having fun while also learning. With a fishing pole in one hand and a video camera in the other the host Tami Curtis travels to different waters fishing and filming many guests. www.wildtv.ca