Antlers On The Creek Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today was officially the last day that I breastfed both boys and I'm not exactly sure how I feel about it. Part of me is sad that this season of life is over. That this will be the last time I ever breastfeed. Sad that I won't be providing fresh (and free!) milk to my babies anymore. Bummed that I can't pull one of them close to me and have them latch on, relieving milk from my breast. Or maybe it's because I won't have an excuse to eat ice cream two times a ...
... wouldn't have been a problem but being on the wrong side of the road on the wrong side of the car spacially did my head in. At least there were a couple of people with their shirts off getting photos with the view on the way! A guarantee that we were heading to something really cultural. We started with the museum & the went to the Spruce Tree house. Amazing! We then did our tour of the Cliff Palace - I can't ...
It was a nice night of sleeping with a cool breeze blowing through. So cool that we had to close the windows! Brrr! No complaints here, however.
We caught a cafeteria-style breakfast at the Far View Restaurant, then made our way to the Cliff Palace site where we would catch our 9:30 a.m. tour of one of the more than 600 Anasazi dwelling sights in this area. We arrived before 9:00 and hoped to catch that tour, but it was ...
... the least likely to accommodate cyclists. Overall most drivers are fine given some of the conditions. I found the Cortex and Mancos areas to be inviting of more time to hang out, Durango appearing pretty overwhelmed with visitors and so less appealing. Having been here to mountain bike in years past it seems to have suffered a bit from popularity. Hopefully a little food, rest and off again ...
... we were beyond thrilled to finally be spending the night in our very own house! We had been searching for the perfect house in Durango for long enough. We could tell within minutes of viewing this one back in October that this is where we would call home. Sure, it needs some work. Yes, the carpet is ugly (I think the color is called grandma blue) and bathrooms need remodeling. The kitchen could be updated. ...