Durango Resort On Vallecito Lake
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... brewery for some Thai food. Hands down the spiciest Thai food I've ever had. Next: fireworks. It was a nice, chilly evening. We watched them right by the river. And after that, I went to bed. Kim and Lauren and I walked back together. A bunch of the group went out with SUS, and I think everyone had a really great time. Hannah was back at host too and got to chat with her some more. Lots of Hannah time today, it was great. Talk to you tomorrow! ...
Tuesday May 27, 2014
This morning we had an 8:45 AM departure time in Durango for the “Durango & Silverton Narrow Gage Railroad”. This is a scenic railroad that took us through breathtaking scenery on a 3 and one half hour trip along the Animas River through valleys, canyons and forests on our way to the mining town of Silverton. Here we had lunch in a restored restaurant and ...
... top we met up with our guide for a walking tour of the ruins which included a hike up the mountainside to additional ruins; that is
off limits to the public without a guide for a closer look of the Chimney Rock. Our tour guide was exceptional, both for his knowledge and his enthusiasm.
... waterfall. The views were spectacular and worth the agony of the drive. We stopped for lunch at a wonderful little restaurant in the town of Pagosa Springs.
The remainder of today’s drive was through beautiful mountain country. Our stop for tonight is the “Bayfield RV Park” in Bayfield CO., where we plan to operate out of for the next week.
... is what we wanted to hear). Next, they popped a fluid IV into my arm to rule out dehydration, shot my right butt cheek with steroids to help the baby's lungs develop (if I were to go into labor early), and then stabbed my right arm with drugs that should help slow down the contractions.
Next up, in comes the ultrasound tech to take a closer look at the fluid surrounding the babies and to check my cervical length (the longer ...
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48 W. Vallecito Creek Rd., Bayfield | Campgroundfrom $110