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Favorite State Park

By Byron
March 25, 2014

My wife and I have traveled over most of the states and have enjoyed the state parks therein. The Tetons are our favorite and taking our camper, we often camp within the state parks themselves. One event that comes to mind was when we were in Yellowstone National Park. We woke up to find a Buffalo lying down right next to our camper. We need to support the fight to keep offensive businesses and dangerous developments being constructed right outside of the parks. Slanted water wells can drain the parts of Yellowstone that are a main part of the interesting things to see. Snowmobiles need to be controlled in parks where wild animals are in abundance.

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