Continuing on from Blythe Intaglios, we headed back up towards Lake Havasu City. After our stay at the state campground, we were heading down here to Ehrenberg, when we passed this beautiful spot to put the kayak into. It would have been great to put in right then, but we thought we had better continue on to Ehrenberg. Today we decided to go back that 65 miles and enjoy some “water” time. We put in at the Bill Williams National Wildlife Refuge which was made by the damming up the Colorado River, and in particular for this refuge, behind Parker Dam. Not only was the weather perfect, the water like glass, the waterfowl absolutely beautiful, the grasses and the mountains were stunning. The only negative was that we just didn’t have a whole day to enjoy this special place.