Antlers On The Creek Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
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... excitement to a family's life. It's so worth it. Our best friends just welcomed a baby boy, Owen Gregory, into this world. I'm unbelievably proud of Katie, my friend of (dare I say) 11 years, who rocked this home birth!
In other news...
Holy December, how did you sneak up on us so fast?!
Why is it the older you get, the faster time flies? And now that we have kids I feel like I ...
... delayed by road works and slower vehicles. Monument Valley was quite stunning. We checked into our hotel (Far View) and had a bit of an explore and took some photos, it was quite hot. We headed out to have a look at Gouldings store and John Wayne's cabin, then we boarded some Toyota 4WD Utes set up with old car seats on the back for up to 20 people and headed up a windy dirt road to visit some Navajo stalls and some amazing scenic photo stops before heading ...
... Chip tells me I did it, made it past my goal of three months. That I was relentless when I got sick and had to pump and throw my milk away the first few weeks of the boys' lives because I was sick. I remember even back then, it could have been easy to stop but I didn't. I kept on forcing the milk out of me for the sake of the babies. And here I am now, not much much left to offer but maybe an ounce or two so the babies can have a snack.
A few months ...
... spot for ceremonies.
We spent the afternoon at the museum and a self-guided walk to Spruce Tree House, the best preserved of the cliff dwellings in the park. The next morning, we joined Ranger David Franks for a guided tour of the Long House ruins. With an informative and entertaining tour, we learned many details of daily life in the cliff houses: They used chamber pots! They scraped toe and
... and Brad arrived within 15 minutes. So nice of him to take time away from his family to say “Hi”. We chatted for a few minutes to catch up, then he had to go back to his family dinner.
Our dinner was great and a nice break, since this meal was also our lunch, having skipped lunch completely. We continued our drive west to Mesa Verde, saying good-bye to the delightful town of Durango. Next time, we have to spend more time ...