Lost in Awesomeness

By Elizabeth
June 18, 2013

Every year growing up, my family would pick a new national park to go visit for our family vacation and hiking was a mandatory. The only problem was my parents were not the best at reading maps and guidebooks to follow the trails accurately and we often ended up lost. As a child I remember that being kind of scary, but then we would find our way again and always be more grateful to be enjoying the park from the proper trail location!

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