I recently wrote about the Colorado River crossings in the Page, Arizona area of the Arizona strip. Those river crossings consisted of dramatic steel arch bridges spanning hundreds of feet above the river.
In the Colorado River areas south of Las Vegas (Hoover Dam); down through Laughlin, Nevada; Needles, California; Lake Havasu City and Parker, Arizona; Blythe, California, and down to Yuma, Arizona. We face a totally different environment as the river is fairly level with the terrain, but for the man-made levees used for flood control.
These two bridges attach California with Cibola, Arizona and the Cibola National Wildlife Refuge. I will write more on the Cibola National Wildlife Refuge at another time.
|Crossing the Colorado River at Cibola, AZ|
|Looking North Up The Colorado River From Cibola, AZ (California on far side)|
|Crossing the Colorado River at Oxbow Lake, CA|
|Looking Up the Colorado River From the deck of the Oxbow Lake Bridge|
|Trolling Oxbow Lake, CA|