Purgatory Village Condo Hotel
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Awesome location close to lifts and resort. Clean, quiet and updated.
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Grab a little spring time skiing here at Purgatory just north of Durango, CO. Great snow, no crowds and lots of sunshine. What else could you want?
... for two babies while Chip provides for the family and works long hours doing it. Lack of sleep, feeling trapped at home, no family around, fussy babies and a busy husband led to the following post...Readers beware.)
On June 24th I wrote:
Wow! Sometimes I dislike having twins. There I said it. I hate walking around pretending everything is peachy keen. Because it's not. It's difficult, ...
... activities in NZ. So the four of us ( meg and steve also opted out) headed down the main strip of this quaint little adventure town. It's surrounded by mountains and has so much charm. Mountain biking, hiking, skin and rafting etc are huge here so there were lots of outdoor stores. In one of them they had around 17 different animal heads mounted! The moose head I saw was huge. I still want ...
... that time has come, thank the heavens! Even the front desk person at the OB Clinic said in all her years of working there, they haven't ever had to induce a twin pregnancy that she recalls. So there we sat with the doctor, who recommended we set an induction date for Thursday, March 27th with Dr. Priebe, one of the docs who has a lot of experience delivering twins. And while we could hold out for a few more days, they don't necessarily recommend twin moms go much further past 38 ...
... I found really hard to believe. After our lunch break we had a few hours to drive to get to Monument Valley in Utah which was very pretty. When we first arrived there it was quite foggy so we couldn't see the rock structures in the background but after wandering around the gift shop and museum for a while it cleared up and we were able to get some great pictures of Monument Valley. We saw some old native style clay homes which were lined with wood at the museum which were ...