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  • Greetings from Grand Teton National Park

    We went out to Wyoming for a wedding and stayed in Jackson Hole. Traveled throughout the Lower Loop of Yellowstone for a 12 hour day. Horseback riding through the Grand Tetons on our marvelous horses with our very kind and knowledgeable guide past the Ox Bow River will be a…

  • Greetings from Glacier National Park

    My 87 year old father, Gerald Bosacker loved Glacier National Park. He wrote this poem "Environmental Warning" before he passed in March. Yesterday, 12-16-18 I was with my family at Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park and took several photos of the pristine water and the majestic mountains. The poem…

  • Greetings from Rocky Mountain National Park

    There are so many things to love about Rocky Mountain National Park. The wildlife and scenery are unforgettable. Our favorite hike is the gorgeous Loch Vale Trail.

  • Greetings from Appalachian National Scenic Trail

    I've been on the Appalachian Trail on two occasions in my lifetime. It was beautiful and I really didn't want to leave it. However, now that we have the administration in power that we do, and they are suggesting major cuts in funding, PLUS giving out a good portion of…

  • Greetings from Arches National Park

    This park is so magnificent. We hiked, climbed and took in the incredible beauty. The Delicate Arch was a joy to see up close and enjoy the natural wonder. The parks are a true gift from the US Government to its people! This is a treasure for all to share.💕💕💕

  • Greetings from Arches National Park

    just to think of an oil well in front of Arches is disgusting and a desecration to all parks and monuments

  • Greetings from Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area

    I was impressed by Fort Warren on Georges Island. The lady took me on a tour by myself and she noticed my ear was bleeding, so we had to bandage that first. It was a very impressive fort. The stories are great too. I missed the first boat over, so…

  • Greetings from Montezuma Castle National Monument

    I volunteer at Montezuma Castle Monument. It is such a rewarding experience. The Castle is beautiful and we have dedicated volunteers and rangers here. I have met countless visitors from the U.S. and around the world. My major job at the Castle besides talking and giving information about the Castle,…

  • Greetings from Badlands National Park

    So Happy we Finally made it here! The first time we came close to the Badlands was in 1997, on a trip to Yellowstone, but our schedule did not allow for a stop at the Badlands. ( That trip is another story to be told...!) We planned for over 20…

  • Greetings from Glacier National Park

    My grandparents lived near Kalispell Montana. They often visited Glacier National Park and drove the Road to the Sun. While visiting in 1929 they took picture of of their daughter (my mother) Lenora Molver sitting among the Indian Braves at the Lodge. (That Was Then )

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