Hampton Inn Durango Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... to live in the moment, and best of all, the most purest love I've ever felt. And I admit, I still cry but now for different reasons entirely.
Alright, alright. Enough with the mushy stuff and on to real life. Chip's parents were here for five quick days but we got quite a few projects done around the house, along with lots of quality baby time. Over the course of ...
... came back for a visit. It was incredibly helpful having her here, as always. Chip and I were able to go on a few dates alone and get some projects done around the house, including painting the living room!! She also took one baby each night to feed and change so it ended up being far less stressful during the night time feedings. It felt like we had one child which now after having two feels like ...
... is what we wanted to hear). Next, they popped a fluid IV into my arm to rule out dehydration, shot my right butt cheek with steroids to help the baby's lungs develop (if I were to go into labor early), and then stabbed my right arm with drugs that should help slow down the contractions.
Next up, in comes the ultrasound tech to take a closer look at the fluid surrounding the babies and to check my cervical length (the longer ...
... Durango-Silverton Railroad ran right through our park. This afternoon we laid in wait to get some pictures of the train on its return trip to Durango. Cynthia was able to get a great picture with our Ipad. Now we just have to figure how to transfer and display it on the blog. We are turning in early tonight because tomorrow the trip to Flagstaff will be the longest day of travel for the entire trip.
... below, you would never think this was a toxic waste site, but Gold Mining is a dirty business and the whole region continues to suffer from the mistakes of the past. We toured a gold processing facility that closed down in 1991. I am pretty sure that this tour alone took a few years off our lives. In addition to gold, the miners were also processing lead which as we now now is very toxic. To make matters worse a key process in ...