The London Bridge was bought for US $2.5 million from the City of London in 1968.
The BlueGirls dancing at Thunder Lanes bowling alley in Lake Havisu City, Arizona.
Bowling is a sport in which players roll a ball along a flat surface called a lane.
Points are scored by knocking down pins set up at the ends of the lanes.
This was the extremely short-lived Liquid Blue Bowling League, Lake Havisu chapter.
Go Fast Sports Beverage, the official energy drink of Liquid Blue.
For lunch we stopped at Shugrue's Restaurant and Bar.
The London Bridge was disassembled, and the marked stones were shipped here and reassembled.
The Knack 107.1 FM is a radio station broadcasting a Top-40 format.
It serves the entire Tri-State area including Lake Havasu City.
Liquid Blue being interviewed live at Knack 107.1.
It looks like Kristen let one go on the air and everyone noticed.
Lake Havasu City is an active destination for a wide range of people.
During the spring months, the community is joined by university students during Spring Break.
Lake Havasu has a reputation as a party community.
MTV featured Lake Havasu during their Spring Break coverage in 1995 and 2004.
The band gets ready for a good time in a kiddie pool with a guy donning rubber gloves.
Radio station Knack 107.1 FM is holding a contest for tickets to see the band "Maroon 5".
The city also hosts more legitimate aquatic events, such as the International World Jet Ski Final Races.
Nikki reads 1000 Best Job Hunting Secrets
during a time of career insecurity.
Lake Havasu City grew around an old mining town established in the early 20th century.
Lake Havasu itself was formed in 1938 by the completion of Parker Dam on the Colorado River.
The city was later incorporated in 1978.
The contest is called "Dye-ing for Maroon 5 tickets"
This woman has won herself Maroon 5 concert tickets from The Knack 107.1 FM.
Nikki competes in bowling against a true master.