A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

By Leslie Fonseca
May 10, 2013

My Husband, daughter and I love to travel. We go all over the world, but some of the most amazing sights we have seen have been in our own National Parks. Watching the bears fish for salmon at Katmai, hiking through Zion, rock climbing in Acadia, there is no end to the beauty and adventure to be found in our wild places. I treasure every minute we spend exploring these national wonders. If there is any way I can support keeping them open and available for my daughter to be able to enjoy them as she grows older, it is a small price to pay!

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