Motel 6 Lake Havasu City
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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 ...
... before getting dressed up for dinner at Cha-Bones. Cha-Bones is a swanky but well-priced restaurant near the coast in Lake Havasu. They serve pizza, pasta, steak and ribs and its all delicious, with much smaller portions than other American restaurants we've been to. I had a sausage pizza with a beer and rye dough which was incredible - best pizza I've ever had - but soooo rich. I had to talk half back to the hotel with me to eat the next ...
... 2 miles long.
Today's travels ended by following Lake Havasu over London Bridge (really brought from London brick by brick and erected here in 1971). The bridge looked odd here but quite beautiful. The biggest surprise was turning into our hotel. We knew we were staying on the lake but didn't know it was absolutely luxurious. The hotel is the Nautical Beachfront Resort. Our room has two enormous beds, a dressing area with two sinks, bathroom, living room with ...
... and the unique newness of places like Lake Havasu City and Laughlin made this an enjoyable stop. Glad we have seen it but we are probably not destined to come back for more. It is time to turn this wagon train around and head to the rising sun. Tomorrow we wake early and start our 3 days of deadheading the 1253 mile trip to Fort Worth and hoping to reposition a few miles east of Tucson ...