Logwood Bed And Breakfast
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... us to hold on. There was one section where we surfed the wave and our tour guide said that we had a massive chance of falling in!
We didn't fall in but it was exciting to ride a wave and we tried that many times.
When we finished we tipped the guide generously as he was cool and informative which was rare.
We then waited for the horseback riders to come back to the bus and we then set off for Albuquerque.
... short drive to the petrol station, the engine warning light came on in the car.
It had felt a little lumpy for a day or two, so I decided we needed to talk to someone about it, particularly as we were heading across vast wastes with no phone.
Monument Valley? A great place, but not a great place to break down.
Anyway, with the light now firmly on, it may be nothing important, but if I didn't report it and we broke down you bet your ...
... no definite names yet. Guess we'll see what they look like first, then decide. So stay tuned.
Now onto the epic carpet pulling event that took place a few weekends ago. While we loved the baby blue carpet throughout the house, we guessed it was probably 40 years old, filled with ...
... any time soon (whew!). I've spent many sleepless nights counting contractions (some 6 and 7 minutes apart for a few hours). Enough to make a pregnant woman go crazy but right when I start to freak out and think I need to call the OB, they slow down to only a few an hour so I chill out and eventually go back to sleep. I guess I will just have to get used to the contractions because they are here to ...
We were so excited to welcome the Kellers back to Durango for a visit. Our first full day, we hooked up with the Butzens and Katie's parents, who were also visiting, for a hike up to Spud Lake. Only a 40 minute drive from Durango, we cruised up into the mountains and began our hike surrounded by the colorful Aspen trees. We hiked about 45 minutes and were rewarded with views of ...