Antlers On The Creek Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Hot tub
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Tom and I did not do a lot on Friday, so I did not send out a blog. We slept in late, walked, and got ready for the day. We did drive to Del Norte to see if there was any thing exciting there, but there wasn't. So we decided to go back to South Fork and eat lunch. We were going to go to Ramon's Mexican Restaurant but they didn't allow dogs on their patio if there were other diners. So, ...
... the weather finally cleared.
The next day we took the "1000 Year Tour". Our guide was amazing as where the view of Cliff Palace and the many other ruins in the park.
... spending the majority of the day outside since March so I'm happy to be fully stocked for them to explore all day long. The boys have a few more weeks of music class and they light up when we enter the music room. Also, Chip and I just started taking them to the Mason Center on Wednesdays. This place has trampolines, padded equipment, and other kiddos to play with. The boys go wild in this place - ...
... at the same time. That was...fine. The boys share a room with two separate cribs. Yes, the pregnancy was natural and yes, twins run in our family. When I get one ready in the morning, I get two ready. Two bottles, two diaper changes, two outfits, two breakfasts, and both play, get loaded in the car, out of the car, and I enjoy it. I couldn't even imagine my life with one baby. Two is my normal. But it could have ...
Another early start, on the bus by 6:45 for a short 1/2 mile trip to the cafe, if we had known it was that short we would have walked it! After breakfast we headed off along the Mesa to the Anasazi ruins. It was a short walk downhill to the ruins (Spruce Tree House) and it was good to get there before the hordes arrived. The ruins were amazing, took heaps of photos and had a decent look around. The climb back up was a bit taxing for some of the others on our ...