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Travel Blogs from Durango
... bread, roasted edamame beans and a glorious selection of fresh fruit.
I dripped nectarine everywhere and slurped every delicious morsel.
Although we had sleet, occasional snow and intermittent rain, it was a good drive and there was much to see and enjoy.
The Four Corners was the next stop off... the place where four states meet at a single point.
Breezy, if not actually pretty chilly, the flags were all fluttering as ...
... my belly is expanding at a quicker rate than that with a singleton plus there is far less room for the babies to grow. Thankfully, around 8 am it was shift change time and our OB friend, Brie, was now the doc in charge for the day. Most of the day went much like the last 12 hours. People monitoring my contractions, taking pills, and drinking a lot of water. The highlight of the day was the hospital food (for real...they served me MN ...
... is our reactions to some stupid little grasshoppers. Hunter certainly is the star, but Kristi certainly had her moments too as she loudly proclaims me a "dumb ass" for not putting the SD card in the camera. BTW the card was there!!! See the abuse I take???
... of it. That was pretty special for me for sure and i could tell for him too. I am happy for growth and i am happy to see him exceeding in what he's doing and to see him loving it.
After going to get the camper worked on, the problem still remained and i felt like this undertaking was going to be a little more edgy than i had thought but when you're taking a an older truck with a 1964 camper shell not "fully" secured to one another, you're setup for an ...
... and as Leah was a bit scared of horses I decided to show her that they aren't so scary however I put my hand in to pat it and it tried to bite me! We had our group photo as it was starting to rain again then the rafters left and we lined up for our horses. I had a small white one called Luna and was put in the final group – we all put raincoats on then off we went. We rode through a Forrest up to these caves where we tied the horses ...
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