Where the Road Ends tells the story of the oldest resort on Lake Havasu. With over 85, never before published photographs, beginning in the 1930's, this book tells the story of the miners and pioneers who developed Road's End Camp, later known as Havasu Palms.
It is the remarkable account of Havasu Palms' major force for three decades, Walt Johnson, who created a remote paradise in spite of broken government promises and betrayal. It is the tale of a modern day pioneer family and those who came before them.
Where the Road Ends, Havasu Palms Recipes and Remembrances also includes over 150 favorite recipes donated by the people who have themselves added flavor and character to the place...where the road ends.
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Bobbi Ann Johnson Holmes is also the author of the contemporary romance, Lessons; the cookbook, Recipe Traditions; and a book of poetry, Motherhood, illustrated by her daughter, Elizabeth Ann Holmes. All three titles, along with Where the Road Ends, are published by Robeth Publishing.
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Book Description Robeth Pub, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110964995603
Book Description Robeth Pub, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0964995603