EXPERIENCE ROUTE 66 ON THE COLORADO RIVER
During the winter months, as many as several thousand campers – mostly elderly retirees – flock to the site for the warmer desert weather and lack of fees.
These seasonal residents, known as “snow-birds,” live in a variety of housing formats.
Though most come to the area in their RVs, many also squat in abandoned structures, such as old, inoperative buses or driftwood shacks.
In the 1950s and '60s, Bombay Beach in California was a thriving resort.
Guests swam, water-skied, and golfed during the day, then headed to the yacht club to party into the night.
A tour that one must see.