East Rim at Durango Mtn Resort
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... news we have. We continue to try to stay positive, even though there are days we are exhausted and don't want to do it anymore. But for the most part, they truly are pretty fun to be around. All our family and friends that live far, far away...we miss you and thank you for all your love and support from afar.
Lots of love and hugs from all of us!
Lindsay, Chip, Reid & Bennett
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 ...
... they felt they had to do... and of course they are pretty keen on raising money.
We left, but I just felt all churned up inside and a bit sick.
From there the scenery changed dramatically as the landscape changed from plain to pine clad hillside which could have been Switzerland. The temperature dropped to 38 degrees and the sleet swirled round, turning to hail now and again, before giving way to sunshine again.
It was with ...
... we will probably look at fixing up the spare bedroom (painting, really) and pulling down the wood paneling around the fireplace. That may happen in a few months though.
For now, stay tuned...Only a couple more weeks (or less!!!) until we welcome these boys into the world!! Whoa!!!
Thanks for everyone's love and support,
Chip, Lindsay and the boys (Henrietta, the cat too)
All in all, moving day was a success. We finished the day, in our new home, eating dinner with the Butzens. Thankfully they helped unpack some of the essentials that we would need to use in the next 24 hours. Although we couldn't find the silverware and that ended up being a slight inconvenience when I was trying to eat my cereal the next ...
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