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Travel Blogs from Durango
... mastered the art of multitasking and with any free seconds or minutes that we get, we find ourselves rushing around the house doing anything we can that needs to be done. In-between popping nooks I found I can successfully unload the dishwasher while making a bottle while sweeping the kitchen floor. I can hold a baby while shaving my legs and brushing my teeth. And I can blog (right now) ...
Yayyyy!! We are so happy, excited, overjoyed, thrilled, elated, and delighted (maybe a little exhausted too) to announce the arrival of our twins! We are so in love with them, it's incredible.
The first week has been draining at times (2 hours of sleep on the first night we were home!) but the second I see those precious baby faces, tiny toes, sweet ...
... master bedroom (we'll remodel the bathroom sometime in the next year hopefully). He also found and bought us a new car. We sadly sold the 1997 Ford Escort, that I've had my whole life, to a 17 year old high school student and we upgraded to a 2006 Rav4 with 3rd row seating. It's the perfect grown up car but I have to admit, I kind of miss the ol' Escort. Next up on projects, Chip and the guys will be pulling up the remainder of ...
Well it was a very early start today. Up at 3.30am (I'm normally ok with this but not when I'm on holidays!) we had to leave the hotel by 5am. It is early but five of us are using the bathroom and toilet - so someone had to get up first. The drive from Moab to Durango takes roughly 3 1/2 to 4 hours and we had to be there by 9am. I had booked a special train trip for Christmas Eve. We were taking a steam train ride through ...
... Eventually we got to the first permissible area for camping. Good news, it was very scenically sited by a lake. Bad news, lots of local Colorado-ites thought it would be a great place to spend the weekend.
Hmmm. Fit was none too impressed by the families in RVs or the Uni students who dragged a tent out of a completely knackered Buick Sedan and proceeded to spend the night drinking heavily and completely failing to light a ...
Other places to stay in Durango
50827 Hwy. 550 N., Durango | 3 star condofrom $145
401 E 2nd Ave, Durango | 1 star condofrom $168
6 Ferringway Circle, Durango | 3 star condofrom $170
8 miles south of Durango Mountain Resort, Durango | 4 star condofrom $147
48475 Highway 550, Durango | Condofrom $196