Durango, Co after the long drive through the windmills of Texas and the res clay mounds of New Mexico, was a real breath of fresh air!
You could just feel the cool, crispness of the air with no humidity.
HTR Campground was nice! They could not help it if the creek was dry! We still got a creekside site, then set out to explore the historic district of Durango.
Durangos's historic district was a bustling tourist town with unique shops and restaurants. We had a blast!
We had our first meal out in a week, which was a nice break from cooking. Temps fell during the night and we woke up to a chilly morning- perfect for a bike ride!
The Animas River Bike trail did not dissapoint with its amazing views. We finally got to try out our ebikes on the hills - no more pushing my bike up the hill!
Some Fall surprises were scattered along the way.
Doug and Lili coming up the trail.
Durango Hot Springs Resort and Spa.: Over 20 different hot springs many pools of all sizes 99-108 degrees-- so relaxing!