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I love with black and white photography if you haven't already noticed! So much feeling.
What you’ll experience on our full day tour:
This unique view of the Hoover Dam arch bridge: ✔️
A chance to soak in 2 different hot springs: ✔️
Emerald Cave: ✔️
Sauna Cave: ✔️
Historic Sites: ✔️
Plus the opportunity to see: raptors including bald eagles, desert bighorns, rattlesnakes, coyotes, tarantulas and many more Mojave critters 🦅🐏🦂
Our full day tours start back up in February and are filling up fast so book yours today 🌞
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Visiting the #hooverdam was the highlight of my recent #lasvegas trip!! 😍🤯 It's really an amazing man made creation that EVERYONE should see at least once in their lifetime!! The purpose of the Hoover Dam is for power, silt and flood control, irrigation, and water for both industrial and domestic use. When Hoover Dam was finished in 1936 it was the world's largest hydroelectric power station. It protects southern California and Arizona from disastrous floods. It was also the world's largest concrete structure at the time.
So here is a fun fact about the dam! Did you know that the entire city was created for people working on the dam?!? 👀🤔🤯 In the early 1930s, Boulder City, Nevada, was constructed to house 5,000 dam project workers. Before the city was built, many jobless men and their families who’d converged on the dam site, hoping to find employment in the midst of the Great Depression, had lived in squatters’ settlements. Boulder City was situated on federally owned land and had no elected officials. The city was run by an employee of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (the agency responsible for the dam project), who had the authority to evict residents as he saw fit. Among the local rules, alcohol and gambling were banned. The Boulder Dam Hotel was erected to host dignitaries coming to see the dam’s construction; famous figures from Bette Davis to the future Pope Pius XII visited in the 1930s. After nearly 30 years, the federal government relinquished control of Boulder City, which was incorporated in 1960.