BEST WESTERN Durango Inn & Suites
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Today was officially the last day that I breastfed both boys and I'm not exactly sure how I feel about it. Part of me is sad that this season of life is over. That this will be the last time I ever breastfeed. Sad that I won't be providing fresh (and free!) milk to my babies anymore. Bummed that I can't pull one of them close to me and have them latch on, relieving milk from my breast. Or maybe it's because I won't have an excuse to eat ice cream two times a ...
... degrees. So we decided to stick with her for safety reasons. It made the crossing far slower and hotter, but more interesting and we would do it again. Spent the 4th in Blanding UT. The people of Blanding are 90% Navaho or Ute. We were delighted by the friendliness to us as the best of our trip so far. Went to the band and fireworks that night. I kept puzzling over the novelty of fireworks ...
... y'all rock! We went out for a bit in Durango, some beer and good chit chat. This is a pretty amazing area, first it's gorgeous, and second there are so many shops and restaurants and bars it's fantastic. There was a large group of us last night, and after a few hours it petered down to about six. Jamie's birthday is tomorrow so we stayed out to celebrate. Tay and I walked back to the host, had two bowls of cereal and then went to bed. Ni-night. xxA (Takeaways from today: terror and ...
... they felt they had to do... and of course they are pretty keen on raising money.
We left, but I just felt all churned up inside and a bit sick.
From there the scenery changed dramatically as the landscape changed from plain to pine clad hillside which could have been Switzerland. The temperature dropped to 38 degrees and the sleet swirled round, turning to hail now and again, before giving way to sunshine again.
It was with ...
... 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!