Durango Riverside Resort
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... same labor and delivery room, with all the monitors and cords, the mini baby cart that both the boys snuggled up in, that uncomfortable fold-out bed that Chip slept on for three nights, and the drafty hospital garb I had to wear. It all seemed so familiar yet happened now well over a year ago. Who would have thought I'd be interested in other people's birthing ...
... in the cliff side between about 700 & 1200. We then treated the hire car to a car wash and remembered it was a nice shade of red. Our stop tonight is at Durango which we have already discovered to be a really interesting place. It has retained a lot of its old cowboy style but in a very modern way, with lots of good looking bars and restaurants. We shall look forward to exploring it further ...
... we have stopped for gas 15 times. Not to say those are all fill-ups, because here you often get gas because there just may be no other chance to get it! Colorado is chilly... in the 40's, and I just may pull out those gloves I threw in at the last minute for tomorrow's Durango train ride. We are finding Durango, Co. very interesting and are happy to be in the Strater Hotel, a Victorian red brick beauty for over 110 ...
... he's the first to crawl over and stand up to see if he can get the attention of the person. He sings in the car (it's hilarious!), talks a lot, blows bubbles in the pool, and crawls at incredible speeds - we call him speedy BB. With Bennett I can sneak in his room while he's napping and watch him. He sleeps with his butt in the air. He usually falls very gracefully because of his abs of steel. He is a very deep ...
... woodwork and wallpaper. The attendant for this car brought us coffee and cinnamon buns and, later on, drinks from the bar. The engine for the train was an original steam engine, also refurbished, which used actual coal. The coal was shoveled into the fire box by a wiry, young man and we made two stops along the route to pick up water for steam. The steam train is also used by hikers, rafting companies, zip line companies, and horseback riding companies to bring out customers. ...