Here’s to you, Law Enforcement Rangers, Search and Rescue, and Trail Patrolmen. You make our parks safer. So that other’s may live.
That’s right, move over kids, it’s the adult’s time to junior ranger this thing. Most people don’t realize it, but anyone of any age can complete a… Read more “Junior Park Ranger for All Ages”
After stormy weather hit the park, Yosemite National Park is open once again. Now, hop into your truck, load up your rucksack and trekking poles, and head out.
One of many reasons I look forward to being on hiking trails in spring and summer is seeing and photographing wildflowers. Among many places in the U.S.… Read more “Awaiting Desert Wildflowers”
March 2, 2017 Carlsbad Caverns National Park is a park that is a little different than most. It is unique and its focus is its huge cavern.… Read more “Carlsbad Caverns National Park”
That’s right! For this week, access to all 400+ federal parks is free. Go out and find your park. Share your experiences, raise awareness, and extend your… Read more “National Park Week”
On this day in 1917, Denali National Park was established. While we celebrate the 100th anniversary of this area’s scenic beauty, Denali’s rich history dates back much… Read more “On This Day in 1917, Denali National Park was Established”
Did you know that, just an hour drive south of Seattle there is a National Wildlife Refuge? It is one of my favorite places to visit all… Read more “Nisqually Wildlife Refuge, Seattle”