Knights Inn Durango
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... day trip by horse and cart.
We visited a superb museum which accurately replicated all aspects of mining operations and conditions at the time. The last mining operation ceased in 1991. Part of the museum was housed in the original jail house and depicted social conditions of the time. The journey to Silverton was eventful due to a track side fire caused by cinders from the ...
... store as the rain came. My wonderful knight dried my seat for me while Frankle got Mel to do his. We then had a wet thundery 3 mile ride home! But now the boys could rest with a beer. We chatted to our hosts who offered to light a fire, so tempted but it's still hot to us. Table books were incredible, artists of Indians & photographs, coupled with history. Mel, then Frankle, lastly frosts retired to ...
Tom and I did not do a lot on Friday, so I did not send out a blog. We slept in late, walked, and got ready for the day. We did drive to Del Norte to see if there was any thing exciting there, but there wasn't. So we decided to go back to South Fork and eat lunch. We were going to go to Ramon's Mexican Restaurant but they didn't allow dogs on their patio if there were other diners. So, ...
... to work in my old HR office and road bike with friends. Over the weekend, Chip and Brian rented a yurt about an hour outside Durango so they could mountain bike and kick back from both their busy lives. Both trips were a blast and I am so grateful to family for allowing us the time away. It's always nice to have them visit, help with projects, love up on the boys.
The only ...
... us to hold on. There was one section where we surfed the wave and our tour guide said that we had a massive chance of falling in!
We didn't fall in but it was exciting to ride a wave and we tried that many times.
When we finished we tipped the guide generously as he was cool and informative which was rare.
We then waited for the horseback riders to come back to the bus and we then set off for Albuquerque.