Hidden Palms Resort & Condominiums
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... we had a tolerable 4 hour drive to Lake Havasu and easily reached our camp by mid-day. This was my first visit to Havasu and I was impressed. This lake is huge! We stayed at Lake Havasu State Park which is on the Arizona side of California’s water (old joke, lots of tension on this subject). It was 106 degrees when we set camp and not a shred of shade except the RV awning. The campground was partially full, but we expected it to fill to capacity for the ...
... praises to God, sing praises;
sing praises to our King, sing praises.
7 For God is the King of all the earth;
sing to him a psalm of praise.8 God reigns over the nations;
God is seated on his holy throne.
9 The nobles of the nations assemble
as the people of the God of Abraham,
for the kings[c] of the earth belong to God;
he is greatly exalted.
... the casino in their amphitheatre. Man, did she ever have a powerful voice! She put on a terrific show, very entertaining, however, Mom, D & I hadn't done our music-homework, so we didn't recognize any of her songs, not being Wynona Judd fans prior or the concert. We still really enjoyed the show, though, as did all of our buddies.
We all played our free ...
... at 3-4mph as its a no-wake zone. After tootling around and driving under London Bridge - just so we could say we've done it, we ventured out of the boundary of the no-wake zone and put our metaphorical pedal to the metal - oh my god the power of those things is incredible! The front end reared up and we shot across the lake, reaching 52mph at one point! As we grew in confidence we threw in donuts, snaked across the lake and jumped ...
... and reassemble it. We then checked into Red Feather Lodge and had a tour group Wi-Fi party in the hall way as we had not had access to the Internet to connect with home for a number of days. We created a Facebook group for our tour and shared photos that we had taken. We had some time to relax by the pool before tea. For tea we headed to a Mexican restaurant. We ate outside on the deck area which was very nice with mist blowing on us. The food and drinks were good. After tea ...