Hilton Garden Inn Victorville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 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 you hot also. To cool an over-heating car, turn on your heaters. ...
... 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 ...
... nope, drive over here, nope, drive over there, nope. Finally, after a call to his sister, Kelly, we figured out where it actually was. Thank goodness! Finally, we made a stop by a surprising Bob's in Norco. It was Andrew's birthday after all. He got his usual hot fudge cake & I got some ice cream thing. We saw the former site of the purported sparkly rock. It was a great day for all & we'll go back when there aren't so many people there, or not!
The past four days the weather hasn't been on our side. A lot of fog, wind, rain, hail, and even snow as we cross from Agua Dulce, through the desert, and over the San Gabriel mountains.
Now there is only 350 miles to go to reach the Mexican border.
Day 105 (10/16/10): At 5pm, we finally pack our bags, put on our shoes and prepare to leave the Saufley's. We start saying goodbye to ...