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The sunset in Nevada as seen from our hotel room in Arizona. We claimed this protected cove on Lake Mojave (MoHahvee) as our own for four days. Two of those days witnessed gale force winds and chop out on the main body of the lake that rivaled the Pacific Ocean between Catalina Island and Long Beach Harbor.
The kids were beat after a long ride up the lake to Hoover Dam that included wake boarding, tubing, and burgers at Willow Beach.
Thanks to serious winter snowpack, Lake Mojave is completely full which also meant that all the beaches in this cove were under water except ours.
The recession contines to ravage the economy. Latest victim? The Pioneer is now a mere Ambling Hall.
After four days of fun in the sun without many modern amenities, we stopped in Laughlin for a shower and a soak in the hot tub. Friday night in June and the riverwalk is quiet, the casino a ghost town. Lost my bet that Mrs TWC would be able to book a room at the Golden Nugget on a Friday morning for Friday night. That would have been impossible just two short years ago.