Durango Lodge

150 E 5th, Durango, Colorado, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Durango

The Ups and Downs of Twins

A travel blog entry by thekellers on Jun 24, 2014

25 photos

... I always loved them before (sometimes hated them when they were screaming at the same time) but now seems different. When other moms would tell me that the love they feel for their children was a different kind of love, I didn't get that until now. I feel an overwhelming love for them and I almost rush home to see them when I've been away from them for a short time. I'm not sure what changed but I feel like I finally know ...

One, two, three... spot the twat

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on May 11, 2014

46 photos

Some days seem to be loaded with extra goodness and one leaps from one 'situation' to another, today was one such and exceeded all previous days and experiences by a mile, in both good and bad .

Over dinner last night Jim firmly suggested we ought to leave this morning early, not wait for 9am as was our plan, so we thought we would leave at 8am and when we left at 20 to, were feeling justifiably pleased with ourselves.

First stop petrol.
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Week 34 & 35: Floors and Good Fortunes

A travel blog entry by thekellers on Mar 07, 2014

4 comments, 10 photos

... 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 ...

Week 29: New House, Successful Ultrasounds

A travel blog entry by thekellers on Jan 30, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... any time soon (whew!). I've spent many sleepless nights counting contractions (some 6 and 7 minutes apart for a few hours). Enough to make a pregnant woman go crazy but right when I start to freak out and think I need to call the OB, they slow down to only a few an hour so I chill out and eventually go back to sleep. I guess I will just have to get used to the contractions because they are here to ...

United Campground of Durango

A travel blog entry by mike.randleman on Sep 14, 2013

... abandoned. The roads in the park run along high (8,000 feet in elevation) ridges, with no guard rails. Cynthia insisted that I drive the speed limit. The views from the ridges and curves made you think of flying and looking down to the earth.

The weather was heavily overcast and raining when we started this morning, but by the time we got to the park it had begun to clear, and by ...

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