National Parks to offer green-friendly transit

Despite the pandemic (or maybe because of it), National park visitation in 2021 was at an all time high.  Unfortunately, that resulted in traffic, congestion, and a less than ideal experience.  But there is some hope on the horizon...

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Free National Park Activities!

Free - one of my favorite words in the English language!  It can apply to our rights and how we live, but it can also mean that you don't have to spend money!  In this case, save your dough...

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National Parks free to US Military Veterans

Last week in America we took the time to remember and honor our Veterans who have served this country.  And our National Parks help tell the stories of our Veterans and the sacrifices they made.  Since Veterans Day 2020,...

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Grand Portage Tribal Flag Flies on Isle Royale

We are all aware that the land now called the United States was once in the hands of people other than those who came to this continent from Europe starting in the late 1400s.  How those early "immigrants" treated...

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Leaf Peeping at the National Parks!

I don't know about you, but I just love Autumn.  Not only is the weather moderate pretty much anywhere you go, but especially in Colorado we have those beautiful bright sunny days where everything just seems more crisp and...

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You Never Know Where Life is Going to Take You!

How does an accountant for over 30 years decide to write a book?  Sometimes change can come more suddenly than you think… On an extended road trip in 2015, my family travelled to Glacier National Park.  We love to visit...

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Explore Lesser Known Areas in Popular National Parks

All right, so you have never been to Yellowstone, or one of the more popular parks, and you really want to go.  But, you are worried about the crowds...  Check out some of these lessser-known areas to make your...

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Fireflies at Great Smoky Mountain National Park

It's too late already for this year, but make your plans and put your name in for the lottery next year to see the fireflies at Great Smoky Mountain National Park.  For two weeks in the spring, they synchronize...

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