U.S. National Parks
I love overseas travel and if I had the time, I would sit around and flip through the pages of my passport, reviewing the stamps I've amassed.
But despite all the history and beauty I've seen outside of America, I have to say there is nothing like the natural grandeur found in our
National Parks. They are always awe-inspring and jawdopping. And they are ours.
I have only been to perhaps 1% of the entire historic and protected natural sites of in the country, but I've sort of
made it a priority that when long weekends allow for domestic travel, we would do so at a National Park.
And I encourage you to do the same.
Yellowstone, Cascades, Glacier Bay, and Denali are huge on my list, but so are the ones in easy driving distance from home;
places obscure but nonetheless promising such as Great Basin, Death Valley, and Lassen.
2016 is the big year that the US Parks Service celebrates the 100th birthday of these majestic National Parks.
As an early birthday party, I've collated some of my blog posts related to these.
I hope you pick up some adventure inspiration.