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Two sisters' first-ever sunrise hike, at Saddlehorn Campground in Colorado National Monument. (Joshua Berman, Special to The Denver Post)
Two sisters' first-ever sunrise hike, at Saddlehorn Campground in Colorado National Monument. (Joshua Berman, Special to The Denver Post)

The Denver Post: Trials and joys of taking three kids camping in Colorado

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.

To read the full story by The Denver Post, click here.

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