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Getting ready to head north and experience the Million Dollar Highway. Just passing through Durango, but I think Colorado might be edging out the Smoky Mountain range as my choice of place to live. The Durango area seems similar, in many respects, to ...
... we would get out of the house on this specific afternoon. I tried to pump myself up by repeating over and over 'I can do this.' The boys were down for their morning nap at the same time and I prepped for them to wake up. Bottles washed, check. Stroller and diaper bag loaded into the car, check. Breast milk pumped, check. I was ready. The boys woke up and if anyone has had three month old ...
... I didn't have an opportunity to take advantage, but I did take some photos in the San Juan National Forest that the railroad runs though, which I think speak volumes about the sort of scenery you'll experience on the route.
It does have to be said that outside of Durango there isn't much in the area in the way of urban area, so visitors should ...
... So after a few sleepless nights of Bennett waking up and snacking at 11p, 1a, 3a then around 4a he'd want to smile, talk and hang out with me until we both pulled ourselves out of bed at 6a, I decided it was time to stop.
We started on a Tuesday night in August. The first night was depressing for me. I missed him nuzzling his face into my neck at night to sleep. So at 2 am when he woke up and cried for the second time, I ran into the ...
... 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. ...