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Travel Blogs from Durango
... like this? And should she fall, there would be no one to help her up. She has no hogan. Her people are lost.
The hills are painted and swirled. They rise and fall. We climb. We descend. The road is hard. It undulates like a snake rolling sideways to gain traction in the loose sand. But, in the distance the snow covered peaks beacon. They are calling me home. This is the place of my youth. I know the stories. I ...
... with a giant body pillows at night to hold up my tummy, when I ride the stationary bike at the gym, my legs go out to the side to accommodate my new growth, and because the boys are taking over, I get winded just walking up small hills. I remind myself often that this is temporary and still cry everyday because I feel so blessed to have two healthy babies in my belly. Their kicks have gotten stronger (they prefer ...
... town, see the steam train come back & Tommy & JB get soem shopping done. We have the best meal out of the trip too. Minor disasters in that Liz lost her 'hat' in the Canyon & 'the girls' left a bottle of wine in their fridge in Cortez!
... not seem to be the safest place to be in thunderstorm. Then there was another streak of lightening and clap of thunder; this time on the left of us. Rain was pouring down either side of us, but we seemed to be in a corridor clear of rain and just had to keep going. At one point we almost seemed to be above the thunderstorms but lightening was crashing on both sides around us.
Fit identified that we were very vulnerable and needed to get moving, but I was going ...
... South Pizza. All had thin crust and great flavor. The Whiteout was artichoke hearts, basil, carmelized onion, and fresh basil--a great combination! Daughter had a slice called the Orange Jib that was Hawaiian pizza with mandarin oranges in addition to pineapple which she gave two thumbs up. The two meat lovers had a multi-meat combo that satisfied them both.
Afterward, husband and I took a walk along the ...
Other places to stay in Durango
50827 Hwy. 550 N., Durango | 3 star condofrom $104
401 E 2nd Ave, Durango | 1 star condofrom $86
6 Ferringway Circle, Durango | 3 star condofrom $140
8 miles south of Durango Mountain Resort, Durango | 4 star condofrom $117
48475 Highway 550, Durango | Condofrom $150