Travel Blogs from Durango
Some days seem to be loaded with extra goodness and one leaps from one 'situation' to another, today was one such and exceeded all previous days and experiences by a mile, in both good and bad .
Over dinner last night Jim firmly suggested we ought to leave this morning early, not wait for 9am as was our plan, so we thought we would leave at 8am and when we left at 20 to, were feeling justifiably pleased with ourselves.
First stop petrol.
... no definite names yet. Guess we'll see what they look like first, then decide. So stay tuned.
Now onto the epic carpet pulling event that took place a few weekends ago. While we loved the baby blue carpet throughout the house, we guessed it was probably 40 years old, filled with ...
... books and websites described, an uncomfortable tightening of my stomach. ****, (I panic a little bit) it's a contraction, I thought. Things got real when I had 3 or 4 in a few hours and we phoned up our good friend and local OB, Brie. She suggested heading in to Labor and Delivery and having them put me on their contraction monitor which will rule out if we are having them or not. So Chip and I jump in the car and head to the hospital, ...
... Then we have to figure out how to move the pictures to the blog. Please stay tuned and we promise to get some pics posted soon.
The ruins of the cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde are just mind-boggling. Although scientists have dated the dwellings to at least 1,000 A.D., no one knows with any certainty when they were begun, how long the Anasazi people occupied them, or when and why they ...
So, In the previous blog I'd briefly mentioned that Texas is home for the greatest steaks of all time, well having experienced it, I certainly was not wrong. Amarillo, famous for graffiti'd Cadillacs, Tony Christie's - Is this the way to Amarillo, one hundred carriage trains and extraordinary beef. So after setting up camp, we had a limousine with a real life cowboy take us to 'The big Texan' restaurant, famous for its 72, yes 72 ounce steak! Of course, none of us were ready to take on ...
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