- Heated pool
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... clothing we had with us. Cindy observed that we all looked like the Michelin Man. Billy and Kim were unrecognizable in all the garb and Ben and Virginia were still cold even with the multi-layers of protection. It was cold. Snow was around us but not on the road. The good news was we had reached the summit and would be heading back down in a mile or two. Hopefully to a more pleasant temperature.
Back down to 6,500 feet, we warmed up a little. We pulled ...
... my knees. That's when it hit me. My babies aren't that exciting. Every baby crawls, or sits at the dinner table with a messy grin on their face. But these were my babies. My very own, loves of my life, babies. And what is so wonderful about being a mother is everything behind the scenes that I get to witness on a daily basis. What other mothers share together are those same memories. There was something ...
... in love I could hardly stand it. I loved them before but now, I knew it was something beyond love. Then months 7 and now 8. What have we gotten ourselves in to?! Our little boys are well over half a year old (and are all over the place). They are crawling, and then go from laying on their tummies to sitting up without our help. How did that happen?! We had to move their cribs to the lowest position because ...
Last night we stayed just north of Durango in a lovely campsite but with a very small pitch to fit all our tents in! Durango is a pretty little town but there isn't much to see apart from more of the beautiful Colorado countryside. We got to see an old steam train in the morning after hearing them on the nearby track all evening and morning! After a quick coffee stop (recommend to us by John, our Navajo guide from monument valley) we'll be on our way to Santa ...
... staying at the church. Bananas. Me, Tay, Christine, MSJ, Annie, and Katie went to grab a drink before dinner. Kim and her dad and brother stopped in to say hello; it was great meeting them. Back at the church for dinner, everyone changed to celebrate Fourth of July. We met more of the SUS crew; they were all pretty nice. We saw the town parade; apparently it's a huge deal for Durango. We went to a brewery called Steamworks and most of ...
Other places to stay in Durango
501 Camino Del Rio, Durango | 3 star hotelfrom $96
- Most comfortable bed....ever!
- DoubleTree view of snow covered moutains
- Great comfort after harrowing drive
800 Camino Del Rio, Durango | 3 star hotelfrom $151
455 South Camino del Rio, Durango | 2 star hotelfrom $131
- Nice quiet rooms
- Hotel is nice - Management and service are terrible
- Very nice
400 E Second Ave, Durango | 4 star hotelfrom $174
5800 North Main Ave, Durango | 2 star hotelfrom $96
- Great Place!!
- THE WORST....DISGUSTING
- One step above the tent camp in Nat'l Lampoons Vacation
1700 County Road 203, Durango | 2 star hotelfrom $55
699 Main Ave, Durango | 3 star hotelfrom $201
- Loved Staying Here!
- Too short a stay
- A step back in time
21382 US Hwy 160 W, Durango | Hotelfrom $144
3777 Main Ave., Durango | 2 star hotelfrom $173
21691 US Hwy 160 W, Durango | 3 star hotelfrom $234
2930 North Main Avenue, Durango | 2 star hotelfrom $118
567 Main Ave, Durango | 3 star hotelfrom $148
2002 Main Ave, Durango | 1 star hotelfrom $93
3141 Main Ave., Durango | Hotelfrom $63
3515 Main Avenue, Durango | 1 star hotelfrom $59