Travel Blogs from Durango
... 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 ...
... out of here by Monday, possibly Tuesday. Chip is doing great with the boys! He has quickly slipped into father mode and has the boys eating consistently every 3-4 hours and sleeping in between. I couldn't ask for a better father and husband. He has been awesome!
Anyway, without further ado, here are some pictures from the boys' first seconds into the ...
... days it looks like! On our way out of the park we saw a baby Elk which is like a huge deer which crossed the road right in front of us, our tour guide said he'd never seen one up close like that before. It was a beautiful thing, it was only a baby so it wasn't too big but Brayden told us they can grow to be huge. Our first stop of the day was at a town called Cameron where we just stopped to look in the gift shop and go to the loo before we got back on the road again. I found a ...
... with them. On the way back both Dave and I did have a couple of quick naps!!! We felt it was ok as we were just doing the reverse route! The kids thought it was hilarious though. And we had a reasonably early night. A quick meander through town and then this amazing dinner at a Himalayan restaurant. The food was so delicious and the spiced wine and mojitos too! Back to our rooms to wrap up presents and then a well deserved ...
... the formation of the alcoves in the sandstone. It is in these alcoves that later cultures built their dwellings. Then we stopped at Mesa Top Site to see the big kivas there. He told us more about their beliefs that everything they did was spiritual. Then we stopped at Sun Point View where we could see several cliff dwellings and a Sun Temple which was a very large structure.
Our last stop of the day was at Spruce Tree House where we ...
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