From the writers at The Denver Post.
The sun appeared as quickly as it had vanished just 20 minutes before when a squall rolled out of nowhere and blew our camp apart.
We were at a site next to the Green River in Dinosaur National Monument, Day 4 of a 30-day family camping summer adventure. The air warmed again, and the sudden dump of rain immediately began evaporating from the ground, creating a surreal mist around our feet.
Our daughters, ages 2, 5 and 7, sat on a damp picnic blanket, telling a story with their dolls, almost as if nothing even happened.
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