The Leland House Bed & Breakfast Suites Durango
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and housework...wink wink).
Next, we were on our own for about 2 1/2 weeks and during that time I worked my butt off (Chip too! I was just at home for most of the time). My days were a bit like groundhog's day, very repetitive, and very busy since I had to balance my job and take care of the boys. In the mornings I would wake up 30 minutes early to tidy the house/prepare meals for the day, ...
... are feeling especially lucky this season. We are surrounded by two healthy and happy boys that have changed our lives for the better. 2014 is definitely one for the record books. While there has been some chaos, it's been the best year of our lives. Honest. The boys do things that impress, make me laugh, make me cry, inspire me, and make me yearn for more time with them every single day. They light up when they see ...
... sitting up, saying mama and dada, and reading to them. I can tell the boys enjoy being at her house too. I've never once showed up and they've been crying. Always playing with the older kids once school is out, or goofing off with their new girlfriend Mia. Jenny and her family came out of the blue and we are incredibly lucky to have found them. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays the boys stay at home with me ...
... family. I nearly felt like my old self again and even hopped on my road bike for a quick ride with Chip. I realized halfway through the ride that I was still very out of shape.
After Michaele and Kate left, we were on our own for one last week before Chip went back to work and my mom came to visit. Our good friends Jesse, Michelle, Dave and Liz came ...
... and the desire to learn about the Native Pueblo People. They are the reason this National Park was created and they had built over 600 dwellings within the region. We went on the Cliff House tour to walk about their village. It's hard to believe that 75% of the construction is original. Siena stepped up and volunteered to help earn her 3rd Junior Ranger Badge. She was a hit and received a round of applause from the crowd as she simulated the hard work ...