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The Berman girls hang out near the fire in Moraine Park Campground in Rocky Mountain National Park. The family was trying out spring camping via a Rocky Mountain Campervan rental. (Joshua Berman, Special to The Denver Post)
The Berman girls hang out near the fire in Moraine Park Campground in Rocky Mountain National Park. The family was trying out spring camping via a Rocky Mountain Campervan rental. (Joshua Berman, Special to The Denver Post)

The Denver Post: The campervan saves the day

From the writers at The Denver Post.

My daughters and I are sardined across the fold-down seat of a rented ’02 Eurovan Weekender. We’re already a camping family, but this is our first time waking up in anything other than a tent, so the experience is completely new. We decided not to pop the top last night, sleeping two and two, but instead to all “huggle together,” as my 3-year-old said, to stay warmer on this cold, early-spring night.

There is a layer of frozen sleet coating the windows, but we did, in fact, stay pretty snug. Then I slide open the door and find we are in the middle of a cloud.

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

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