E's husband E was going to be busy with a friend of his, helping with some work that needed to be done. So, this turned out to be a girl's day!
E, her friend J, and I met down at the ferry dock. It's located in the area that belongs to Queen Elizabeth II. Or, next to it. It's just beside the London Bridge.
Our intention was to cross over to California. And, have lunch at the Indian reserve.
I must admit, it was a fun time. And, we enjoyed delicious food.
Here are a few pics taken while we travelled by ferry to California and back to Arizona, again.
This day was a hazy day.
Another pic of a hazy day.
I like this pic of a lighthouse!
Hopefully, you see there is a beach nearby, also.
Here is marina parking for boats, where we landed
in California at the Indian reserve.
We had quite a dock walk!
Inside the building, you are not allowed to take photos.
Here's one looking out from the restaurant area, onto
an outdoor eating area.
After leaving California, and approaching Lake Havasu City,
there is a residential complex with a beach area.
Here is the dock area, where we got off the ferry,
near the London Bridge, in Lake Havasu City.
I must admit, that even though I had made this trip in the past, I had a wonderful time! And, I believe my cousin E and her friend J did, also.
There's something I didn't tell you about.
Something happened when we first made our way to the ferry location.
Parking is normally at the top of a hill. However, there is some disabled parking, near where the ferry dock is located.
When E drove down the hill, to park in the disabled parking area, she had to stop because some people were crossing in front of her car.
Just as she went to proceed, another car came beside us. They drove into the last spot available, that we had waited to receive.
This was not a nice thing to happen. E has knee problems. And, truly needed to park, there. But, wasn't able to.
It was upsetting.
Those three (3) people sat near us on the ferry. When I looked over at them, they turned their heads away.
Just so you know, I silently prayed. And, forgave the people.
After all, God wants us to do this. My heart's desire is to be obedient to Him. And, not to return evil for evil.
This brought to mind 1 Peter 3:8-9, "Finally, be ye all of one mind, having compassion one of another, love as brethren, be pitiful, be courteous:9 Not rendering evil for evil, or railing for railing: but contrariwise blessing; knowing that ye are thereunto called, that ye should inherit a blessing."
As I said earlier, those people sat near us on the ferry. And, turned their heads away when I looked at them.
Hopefully, they repented and asked God to forgive them. For, it seemed they knew they had done wrong.
I praise God that He provided for E to park up the hill and make it down to board the ferry, without damaging her knee.
Also, I praise Him for helping her, after we landed back in Lake Havasu City. As I am sure you understand, she had to go up the hill again, to pick up her car.
You are such a blessing to us, who are your children.
Thank You, Lord!
Until next time...
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