Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Victorville
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(With thanks to Jerry EZ66). This was the battle cry for generations of westward bound travellers, starting with the Gold Rush days and stretching into the 21st Century. Dirt poor Dust Bowl Okies, with hopes and belongings tied to a beaten up jalopy, wanna be movie stars bound for Hollywood in the 50's and then families with a backseat full of …
... they are in the process of restoring.
We then headed off to Wolfe's market in Claremont CA for some great deli sandwiches, salads, fruit and the fresh fig I had to have for only $1.60 ! On-to Victorville for the night.
We decided we liked the people of California so much that we spent the next two hours in a traffic jam with them.
The Corvette taught us a new lesson. If it gets hot, it wants to make ...
... but my focus will be on what God may want me to do or reflect on while there!
I would appreciate prayers for
1.) My transition into this new job and place
2.) For my focus to be on God
3.) For a daily outpouring of the Holy Spirit
4.) That my heart would rejoice in the laying down or receiving of anything God Desires
Thank you very much for these prayers! Currently, I am spending ...
... good enough.
Now on the Pearblossom Highway (don't roads sometimes have lovely names?!), we had a bit of a dash to get to Victorville for 7pm, a motel, drink and food. We were a little late, but not much, because John had to check out a diner from Kill Bill 2. Yes we could have breakfast there tomorrow! It was surprsing to find the diner was still there, opposite the cement works, because most of the upper part of Victorville had had the moderm make-over of ...
... and sweat started to pour off. A very kind man slowed down to offer us a bottle of water out of his window, he obviously knew more than we did about what was ahead. We followed the Interstate highway for a while before branching off into a valley. And then we had our first serious climb. Riding up a hill takes on a whole new meaning when the hill is in the desert. It was quite frankly brutal.
Another highlight of the day was the ...