It's worth the cost

By Bill Peters
February 5, 2013

During part of our stay in Yellowstone National Park we stayed in a cabin next to Lake Yellowstone. As we began to unload the suitcases from our car we heard a snoring sound. When we turned around we saw a buffalo sound asleep under a pine tree not 25 yards away. We love the relative solitude the parks afford, and the abticipation of what we may see around the next curve. We believe it is important to preserve our parks in such a way that our children can enjoy what we have been so kucky to enjoy.

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