Our National Parks our Refuge

By P. Lynn
November 11, 2011

Our National Parks at this time are the only places that are guaranteedprotected natural wonders. We have every duty to place them high on our prioritylist. I go to our parks, Rocky Mountain National Park specifically, for inspiration, peace,challenge and some fun. I find them to be the most sacred of all that the U.S. governmentdoes to date. Our parks are some of the most beautiful of places on the face of thisplanet and I am reminded of this every time I visit RMNP. I'm not only a regular, but I also make some of my income from nature. I am a naturephotographer and I use my work to educate people that don't necessarily get the opportunityto spend time in our Parks. I love our National Parks and Monuments. We would not be America without them and the earth would be a sadder place, especially since Rocky Mountain National Park is the second most visited Park on the face of the earth.

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