|Near the summit of Twin Sisters Peak|
We had begun the day in Rocky Mountain National Park. We had decided to summit the Twin Sisters peaks. These were two peaks that are 11,250 and 11,400 respectively. The trail was roughly 3.5 miles to the top. The peaks themselves are just a few hundred feet apart so once you top the first you walk the saddle and then scramble up some boulders to the top of the next.
The clouds darkened and I knew we were going to get caught in the rain. Cooper on the other hand had a different thought.
Well, we must not be entirely that good, and I blame it on me because the rain started to fall a bit heavier. I stopped and told Cooper to hop in the backpack so we can move a bit faster. Cooper was a bit upset, and finally lashed out;
I also need to keep listening a bit more because I think I have agreed to give Cooper, a new car, truck, four wheeler, bike, trees, dog, house, toys, tractors, end loader, a combine, and who knows what else!