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On a road trip to the Rocky Mountains, the Smith family experienced something interesting. They live in Montana, so they traveled westward on a day long trip there, where they would stay for 5 days and then travel back home. On their trip they decided that they would watch the sunset each night. So, they did! But on one of the nights, their sunset watching was especially fun. This is because they watched the sun as it set three times!

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posted Jan 20, 2015 by Varun Kumar

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It happened when they were on travel westward and climbing up, at greater height they discovered sunset repeatedly behind mountains

answer Aug 21, 2018 by Hanifa Mammadov



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