Rochester Hotel & Bar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... he lost 1st and 2nd gear - making his trike inoperable. His friends left him there.
We came upon him in a stranded state and asked if he wanted assistance. He said his friends had left him (we later found out that they drove back to Durango HD to get him assistance). We offered a ride to town (Silverton) - a short 8 miles away. He declined. Then George offered to make a call ...
... excited to meet their very first grandchildren. As I mentioned in my last post, I was still feeling down in the dumps and had to go back into the hospital for a few days to take IV antibiotics. When I came back home I was surprised to see everything was under control. Chip's dad (aka GK for Grandpa Keller) was diligently working in the the backyard amongst other projects while Mama K spent many ...
... pot makers. The baskets are for the nomads. We are the growers of maize. Where did the Ancients go? Were they defeated? Did they die of thirst in a long drought? Or, did they scatter to the wind and give birth to another people.
We reach up and find snow. The mountain peaks now purple in the remaining light. The journey has been long. We tell ourselves to slow down. Seek nourishment. Rest. Take heed from what we have seen ...
... hand and foot but we are determined to keep these boys safe and sound in my belly for longer!
I will say the highlight of the week was a co-ed baby party at Katie and Brian's house! They both insisted on throwing a baby shower for us, only we didn't want it focused primarily on babies and gift opening so we called it a party and invited all our couple friends. It was a great time, considering what had happened only a few days prior. ...
... beautiful scenery and stunning alpine meadows. I think it was my most difficult day: tough going physically in the high San Juan mountains, no contact at all with the outside world and a 2 day walk to safety either way should anything happen. I don't think my eating was ideal and I felt weak and out of sorts. However, Fit was up and moving well, map and GPS to hand. He saw that I was struggling and recommended ...