June 17th, 6022
The 16th annual sailing of the Queho’st Gaurd will be reviewing the history of the Davis Dam. Davis Dam, located just up-river from Laughlin, has been the barrier for our boat trips for years. It was one of the last of the great Colorado River Dams. The site was considered for a dam as early as 1902, but it was not until 1941 that one was determined to be possible and it was authorized. Construction was interrupted by World War II, and it was not finished until 1952. Davis Dam is named for the man who served as Director of the Bureau of Reclamation, Arthur Powell Davis, from 1914 to 1932. Davis Dam is considered the last of the impoundment dams on the river, and helps regulate river flow, including to Mexico. Attending Redshirts will learn about the impact of the dam on the river, and much more. Mark your calendars, and join the Queho’st Gaurd for our June sailing.
Bring your PBCs, and remember the floggings continue until attitudes improve.
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