Plan, Think, And Don’t Be Stupid In A National Park

Hats On The Fountain Paint Pot Nature Trail

Looking at something other than the geysers in Yellowstone National Park

When we visit a national park, we know we will see some incredible beauty for which that particular park is famous.  However, we often see other things, like litter, driving faster than the posted speed limit, and poor planning regarding footwear on the trail.

I recently wrote an essay, which the National Parks Traveler published this morning, on just that sort of thing.  I hope that it’s a reminder for us all to treat our national parks better while we are guests there.

To read the story, click on the photo.

 

 

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