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Arrived in Durango CO today after some fun and some challenging days. Connectivity remained poor but finally able to post, hopefully with pictures. We left Lower Calf Creek campground early for a gorgeous climb up a slickrock fin with15% grades in places, steep drop offs on BOTH sides and long views. After a tasty breakfast in Boulder we went up to 9600' in elevation to cross Boulder Mtn. Then ...
Nor wind to blow
Reach out your hand if your cup be empty
If your cup is full, may it be again
Let it be known there is a fountain
That was not made, by the hands of men
There is a road, no simple highway
Between the dawn and the dark of night
And if you go, no one may follow
That path is for, your steps alone
You who choose to lead must follow
But if you ...
... We anxiously await the results and as she's moving the ultrasound wand around my belly, she tells us that the babies have hair. How cool! But really, how does everything look?! She eventually tells us that so far, everything is good and nothing indicates pre-term labor. She even confirmed that I 'have the longest cervical length ever' right now. Hallelujah!
After a few hours the testing is done and the plan is to stay ...
... then noticed I was crying. I think after a few seconds they realized that not only were there two heads, there were TWO BABIES in there. Everyone was crying tears of happiness and it was such a fun way to reveal the fact that we were having twins! All else went well with the appointment, next one in another 4 weeks.
We spent the following few days checking out a ...
... and for almost the first time on the trip we donned our waterproofs. There were then a succession of higher and higher summits that became more difficult underfoot. The path varied between a narrow gap between shrubby bushes, loose scree and tussocky grass.
As we traversed one of the narrow ridges there was an extremely loud clap of thunder to the right followed by a streak of lightening. Fit correctly identified that a 20 ft wide ridge with only grass for ...