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... on chapter 47.
1 Clap your hands, all you nations;
shout to God with cries of joy.2 For the Lord Most High is awesome,
the great King over all the earth.
3 He subdued nations under us,
peoples under our feet.
4 He chose our inheritance for us,
the pride of Jacob, whom he loved.[b]5 God has ascended amid shouts of joy,
the Lord amid the sounding of trumpets.
... pedalled all the way around the lighthouse trail, then D and I did it a second time because I wanted to measure a little distance we had missed and we could only ride in one direction...this time we were riding into the wind so it was hard pedalling!
On Saturday we went down to Parker, AZ to the Blue Water Casino for the Wynona Judd concert, an open-air show put ...
... drove to a little supermarket and bought incredibly sweet coffee out of a machine (my cappuccino tasted like a sort of French vanilla cream) & "pastries" (pre-wrapped donuts and pecan slice type things - dad had a "Bear Claw", a sort of pine nut strudel). We then drove out of LA, past miles and miles of traffic trying to get into LA, to a town/district called Corona, about an hour away. In Corona we bought a 'MiFi' from Verizon which means we can all ...
... time so didn't get to go in the pool before going out for a meal but the Lake was perfect.
Before going out I picked up a Facebook Happy Birthday message from Stephen - he said it was already my birthday in the UK. That made me happy to officially have my birthday twice, once in each time zone.
The day ended with a meal in a restaurant / brewery overlooking London Bridge. It took a little while to feed 26 of us in one group but the food and company were nice.
... to over 3,500 around 1915 when a big gold deposit was discovered to a population of around 120 people today. You might now characterize it as a commercialized ghost town. But it was fun. A few quirky stores, a neat little period museum, wild (tame) burros freely roaming the streets and a gunfight reenactment made it a fun visit.
Driving the old Route 66 most of our ...