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Travel Blogs from Durango
... and as for the sign on the gent's loo door, what on earth does that mean?
The town of Silverton is small and quaint, with all the expected shops on either side of the wide Main Street. Perfect for gun fights, just like in those old films.
Stuart looked as if he was spoiling for a fight as he walked up the road, but with no hat, chaps, guns or a tassel of any description about his person, he didn't really look the part.
Having had a good stroll about, we had a hot ...
... me) that the longer the boys stay put, the healthier they will be (and hopefully less hospital time too). We're guessing that at this point they are around 5 1/2 and 6 pounds each which means I'm sporting 12 pounds of baby in here (that's not counting the rest of the junk going on in my stomach)! And over the last few weeks, I have definitely noticed the extra weight. Sleep is officially ...
... in it, was much deeper than I thought resulting in damp trainers!! Unfortunately Dad was not with me for me to chuck snowballs at him :(
We are lucky with the weather today, beautiful blue sunshine & it is very warm.
Silverton was really quaint, like an old fashioned Western town. Some really nice shops, with sales on as it is end of season. I did treat myself to some earrings!! We ...
... fly fishing hot spots. Hermosa Creek ended up being a 13 mile round trip hike for the boys (Michaele and I decided to turn around at 10 miles round trip). The scenery was stunning but it was a long day on the trail searching for water for the boys to fish. Next day, we headed 30 minutes outside of Durango towards Vallecito Lake where the boys scored some fish on some of ...
... 9000 ft down to "civilization" and there was no other way to bring that much that far. As you will see the engines are fully restored steam locomotives that huff and puff and have to stop a couple of times up the mountain to take on water.
I made reservations yesterday after looking at the weather forecast. We had a choice of sitting in a closed passenger car where the windows could be opened or ...
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