The Leland House Bed & Breakfast Suites Durango
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Business Services
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... distance. The problem with riding mountain roads like these is one minute you can be heading away from bad weather and a few turns in the road will point you right in the direction of your worst weather nightmare.
We pressed on, trying to avoid getting caught in the ...
... three months old. Chip was back at work and if I was on my own, the days were long. I was extremely lucky if both boys napped at the same time; there were days when one would go down for the nap, just when the other would wake up and it was a vicious cycle all day long. Those days I would never get a break, or maybe a ten minute one to pee and brush my teeth.
This one day was different. I ...
... supply during the day was dwindling because I was trying to consistently pump but it took up so much time that I made less of an effort over time. I also stalled sleep training Bennett for a month because I couldn't bring myself to stop sleeping with him at night. I would cry to Chip and friends saying it's really my problem, not Bennett's. He probably doesn't even need me at night but I needed him. I knew that if I stopped sleeping with him then I'd ...
It was another early morning as we had to be up and into Durango by 7:30 am to catch the steam train to Silverton. This railroad was built in the 1880's to shuttle miners and supplies back and forth between Durango and Silverton when silver (hence the name) was discovered. The train and the trip is spectacular as it winds through the Animas River canyon. Passengers ride in original cars that have been refurbished. Our car, called the Cinco Animas, was a very elegant car ...
... 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 ...