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?
... news left to report is that our yard is practically an up and running playground. We acquired a free hand-me-down play set for the boys, Chip found a used sandbox during our trash pick-up week, Aunt Kellie bought us a teeter totter, and the Butzens gave us a water table. Throw in some trikes, toys, sprinklers, and sticks, and I'm pretty sure we are ready to host a whole neighborhood of kids! The boys ...
... We are loving their new nap routine of 9a-11a and 2p-4p with plenty of awake time in-between to do more fun things inside and outside the house. They eat three meals a day and are fond of being at the dinner table with us and anytime we eat with friends. Favorite foods...Reid is in love with (well, anything really but...) yogurt, scrambled eggs and toast with Nutella. Bennett about flies out of his chair when I ...
We all danced and played some beer pong American style and really enjoyed the Colorado atmosphere.
The air was filled with pumping music on a Friday night and jam-packed full of locals. We left at 2am which was close time and jumped into a cab for a short ride back to the hotel so it was pretty easy to get to!
The next morning we checked out of our hotel but we were not leaving Durango just yet!
We decided to skip Capital Reef National Park/Bryce Canyon and detour to Colorado. It was amazing coming across the state line and watching the terrain change back into a colorful mountain region. We rolled into the town of Cortez just in time for Happy Hour, then headed up into Mesa Verde National Park where we set up camp for the night. We found a great little site that required all food to be put in your car for the night due to bears.
We woke up to a ...