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Left Cousin house around 0930 put fuel in RV in monument , drove to camp world to check on stuff , then hey 160 to Durango, Colorado traveled 337 miles had two passes to climb 10k and a 11k beautiful drive, made it to Durango KOA around 1730 stop twice for fuel once for walk in park in the town of Alamosa, had delays of co trusting sites, nice KOA site 203 gravel ...
... he's the first to crawl over and stand up to see if he can get the attention of the person. He sings in the car (it's hilarious!), talks a lot, blows bubbles in the pool, and crawls at incredible speeds - we call him speedy BB. With Bennett I can sneak in his room while he's napping and watch him. He sleeps with his butt in the air. He usually falls very gracefully because of his abs of steel. He is a very deep ...
... you told me 6 months ago that I'd be excited for them to wake up from naps, I'd laugh in your face (and then probably start crying because I was so exhausted). I used to crave my free time and now, I feel I get the perfect amount of both. This parenthood journey has really changed me. There was a time not so long ago when Chip and I considered not having children. That would have been a shame as ...
We all danced and played some beer pong American style and really enjoyed the Colorado atmosphere.
The air was filled with pumping music on a Friday night and jam-packed full of locals. We left at 2am which was close time and jumped into a cab for a short ride back to the hotel so it was pretty easy to get to!
The next morning we checked out of our hotel but we were not leaving Durango just yet!
... was unceremoniously pulled onto the back and taken away in disgrace, leaving a black mud streaked Toyota in its place.
Unfortunately Kate had a migraine, so was in the dark in our room and not planning to go anywhere. The suggestion for the day was to drive up to an old silver mining town, called Silverton, which sounded fab.
It was snowing.
Jim 'have I told you the one about...' Gavin and I joined Geraldine and Richard in their 4x4 bus and off we set up into ...