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... a good old English shepherds pie with a bit of a twist beer, marmite and chilli sauce. It went down a treat everyone loved it and went up for seconds. After diner we had the opportunity to chill-out and do what we want, I just got on with my laundry and chilled out in the cabin. As we have a long day tomorrow an early night it is all comfy and cozy in our warm cabin....bliss Night all ...
... of the house already. I know it won't be like this everyday (and we have teething to look forward to next) but things are getting better.
June and July have been busy months and we have a lot of new FUN stuff going on with the babies and us!:
- The babies have been smiling and "talking" for several weeks
... Valley, and after that we would be on our own.
The scenery leading up to Monument Valley was superb. Majestic. Extraordinary.
Monument Valley even more so.
We bounced down the track with R&G in their 4x4, which might have given us even better views, but it didn't, so they went off and left us to potter on at our own pace,
The scenery continue to enthral, as over each hilltop it changed, the colours always captivating ...
... books and websites described, an uncomfortable tightening of my stomach. ****, (I panic a little bit) it's a contraction, I thought. Things got real when I had 3 or 4 in a few hours and we phoned up our good friend and local OB, Brie. She suggested heading in to Labor and Delivery and having them put me on their contraction monitor which will rule out if we are having them or not. So Chip and I jump in the car and head to the hospital, ...
... Then we have to figure out how to move the pictures to the blog. Please stay tuned and we promise to get some pics posted soon.
The ruins of the cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde are just mind-boggling. Although scientists have dated the dwellings to at least 1,000 A.D., no one knows with any certainty when they were begun, how long the Anasazi people occupied them, or when and why they ...