BEST WESTERN PLUS Rio Grande Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... with gloves on. Soon enough though, I came bawling into Silverton right around noon and was so relieved to be DONE and alive.
June quickly approached and we found ourselves continuing to stay busy. I'm going to skim over this month because, well, we pretty much did nothing but play in the sprinklers, play at the splash pad, play in other people's sprinklers, and on other days when ...
... published a useful map of the 'good' roads with suggestions for scenic loops in all directions. A chance meeting with a local Colorado BMW rider filled in some more detail and we planned a most circuitous loop north into central Utah to take us further into the Colorado Plateau and its famous national parks. By the time we rolled north on a freezing Saturday morning over Coal Bank, Molas and Red Mountain Passes, we had the feeling there was a very good week in front of us.
Up early from the hotel to make our way to Durango..long drive ahead. We took quite a few stops along the way including Walmart again haha, always an eye opener! We took a stop at Monument Valley too which looked pretty cool and got some nice pics of the ...
... other day in the babies' room, envisioning life after giving birth. Before this point I had been anxious, scared, not prepared...but now, I feel ready. We have the swings, bottles, newborn clothes, crib sheets washed, and our hospital bag packed. I've come to terms with how the birth process may or may not go (we have a 50% chance of delivering both babies normally vs c section). There ...
We were so excited to welcome the Kellers back to Durango for a visit. Our first full day, we hooked up with the Butzens and Katie's parents, who were also visiting, for a hike up to Spud Lake. Only a 40 minute drive from Durango, we cruised up into the mountains and began our hike surrounded by the colorful Aspen trees. We hiked about 45 minutes and were rewarded with views of ...