Purgatory Lodge At Durango Mountain Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- They are recognizing one another by smiling at each other which is simply adorable
- I taught Bennett to laugh when he *****
- Reid is dying to roll over but still needs a little help doing it and he prefers to sleep on his side only
- We celebrated Chip, Matt and Rick's birthday with a backyard BBQ in the ...
... beautiful, particularly as the sunlight caught the rocks.
This morning the weather was much colder, and unexpected snow was promised. Indeed, it had started to rain as we left first thing this morning.
Why is it that everywhere I go it rains?
There were several interesting spots en route and we stopped for lunch on the banks of the San Juan river, which was pretty. A rehash of yesterdays picnic, we had celery, hummus, ...
... with a card in her hand. She had us read the card and then explained that she wanted us to have her hot tub as a gift! We were shocked and pretty excited. Chip has been soaking in it nearly every night. I dream about soaking in it...soon enough!
That's all for now! Thanks for keeping us in your thoughts. We are really looking forward to meeting these little guys, hopefully soon! Love, Lindsay, Chip, and the boys
... when usually they weren't). But our story was different, we were having twins. The nurse hooked us up with a birthing room, which seemed way too real for me at the time. I did NOT want to see those little tubs where the baby goes after you deliver. We quickly settled in and the nurses began running tests. After strapping me up to the contraction monitor, we confirmed I was having contractions (just small ones though, and very ...
... the Sun was out and it was just beautiful.
On the way back to Durango we stopped for lunch in a little town, Manco, Colorado, and found a delightful little restaurant/bakery in an old (1905) bank building. The food was very good, and the atmosphere was delightful. We are planning to stop by in the morning on our way to Flagstaff for breakfast.
I think I mentioned previously ...