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  • Greetings from Yellowstone National Park

    On the last day of our 4 day adventure in Yellowstone National Park my family and I woke up early and drove north towards Mt. Washburn. On the road to Mt. Washburn we stopped at a pull-out. Then we watched a spectacular sunset over the park and the Tetons. After…

  • Greetings from Mesa Verde National Park

    I wrote a piece about my memories and trying to make sense of the current Pandemic: https://bit.ly/PandemicClimateMedium

  • Greetings from Carlsbad Caverns National Park

    My parents took my sister and I on vacation to the Carlsbad Caverns. I excitedly waited for the bats to depart the cave. I was in awe of this daily event and was amazed at the many different creatures that called this place home. I was hooked and wanted to…

  • Greetings from Arches National Park

    I chose the arches national park located in Utah because it is spectacular with its 2000 arches. I also chose it because one of the park’s arches named Delicate Arch is a strong american symbol drawn on the car’s plates of Utah. You can also explore the park and hike…

  • Greetings from Gettysburg National Military Park

    I had relatives who fought for Virginia under Pickett at Gettysburg, and one who fought for North Carolina and was captured on East Cemetery Hill. My wife had two who fought for New York, one of whom was killed and is buried in the National Cemetery on East Cemetery Hill.…

  • Greetings from Arches National Park

    It was June 3, 2012. My girlfriend and I were visiting Arches and had the RV camped nearby. On a day trip to see and walk up to the Delicate Arch.... my first time. Alas, when we got to the parking lot we discovered we had only 'two' bottles of…

  • Greetings from Yellowstone National Park

    My aunt and I have been super close ever since I was born. When I was around 10, she moved from Milwaukee to Chicago, and the distance was insanely tough for me. A few years later, she and my uncle moved out to Montana to run a bed and breakfast…

  • Greetings from Big Bend National Park

    I don't have a photo and don't have a story but I have interest of conserving this park, that I'm planning to visit with my family for the first time next year, because Texas is for me, with strong heart, home and family and family is worth to protect. I…

  • Greetings from Yellowstone National Park

    I wrote Yellowstone in order to continue, but I'd like to write a tribute to all National Parks and Monuments. It has been my great pleasure to have spent a year with my spouse traveling through the United States in an RV. We stopped at every National Park and Monument…

  • Greetings from Death Valley National Park

    We were able to spend 2 days at Death Valley helping the park rangers clean up areas that they had not been able to get to because of staffing and time. It was an amazing experience and I can't wait to spend more time there.

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