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Bryce Canyon NP Aug 9
Aug 4-10 is national Exercise With Your Child Week. Even if they’re too small to walk far on their own, the unforgettable scenery that surrounds Bryce Canyon’s 60+ miles of trails is bound to leave a lasting memory of the joy that’s possible in time spent outside.
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Cuyahoga Valley NP Aug 6
It’s official-The Brecksville Diversion Dam and historic Pinery Feeder Dam have been removed, and the Cuyahoga River is now free-flowing in Brecksville for the first time in over 190 years! The river is open for recreational use!
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National Park Service Aug 5
Last year, 327 million national park visitors generated an economic impact of more than $41 billion & supported more than 340,000 jobs. The will create thousands of jobs to complete vital maintenance projects in national parks across the country.
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Katmai National Park Aug 11
Find out more about the lives of brown bear mothers and cubs along the Brooks River during the next Live Chat with Rangers Barbara and Naomi. Join us on Wednesday, August 12th at 4:00pm PDT, 7:00pm EDT. NPS Photo/N. Boak
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Glacier Bay NP Aug 10
Forest Find: Ack!! Crime Scene?! No-o-o-o, just an early stage of a known by many names like Devil's tooth, strawberries & cream, & red juice tooth. Young Hydnellum peckii "bleed" a bright red guttation that's an anticoagulant. They brown w/ age. Cool!
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National Park Service Aug 10
So it’s going to be hot today? Let me sing you the song of my people. ⁣ ⁣ *Ahem*⁣ ⁣ SKKREEREEREEREEREE!!!!⁣ ⁣ 📸: Cicada with unique markings at Waco Mammoth National Monument ⁣
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s t e p h a n i e Aug 10
Here are some more pics from Mt. Rainier this past weekend. It was lovely to hike around in the fog. 🌲 🌿
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Perhaps This Is Aug 11
Are you planning a trip to the Smoky Mountains ? Check out Pioneer Cabins & Guest Farm. You will love the delicious produce & eggs at this beautiful . Where is your favorite vacation stay?
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Three years ago, yesterday, we were taking in the wonders of Olympic National Park and the Sol Duc waterfall. : :
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J. A. Garfield NHS 2h
"Children are the world's most valuable resource and its best hope for the future."~President John F. Kennedy. Happy ! Here's an image of the five Garfield children (L to R): Mollie; James R.; Harry; Irvin; and Abram.
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steamtownnhs Aug 9
Name a more iconic duo, we'll wait. Now that the park is open, we have the Junior Ranger Railroad Explorer book! Stop by the info booth and ask for it. Can't make it to the park? E-mail us through the JR page on 🚂🚂
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Bandelier National Monument 1h
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps members work during summers with park staff on preservation projects. This year, they spent time stabilizing the walls of Tyuonyi, using a mixture of sand, clay, and water, between the layers.
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Brooke Walsh Aug 7
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Klondike Gold Rush Aug 4
“Everyone wants to live on top of the mountain, but all the happiness and growth occurs while you are climbing it.” -Andy Rooney Where do you find your happiness? Photo Credit: Nicholle Chandler
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J. A. Garfield NHS Aug 11
James A. Garfield was a prolific letter writer most of his life. But after he was shot on Jul. 2, 1881, he wrote only one letter. On Aug. 11, 1881-139 years ago today-he wrote his mother to tell her not to worry about him. He died 5 weeks later.
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SF Maritime NHP Aug 5
In the early AM on 1775, a Spanish galleon sailed into San Francisco Bay. Discover the complex legacy of the San Carlos, including Alcatraz Island & the 1st European map of the Bay in our new ranger video
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TimH Aug 11
Yesterday to escape the triple digit temperatures in Southern I drove to higher ground & visited in where it was 30-40 degrees cooler.
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J. A. Garfield NHS 7h
DID YOU KNOW? In 1946, the Kellogg Company offered miniature "Portraits of the Presidents" as prizes in cereal boxes. There were two sets of 16 cards (only 32 presidents at that time), so collecting them all was a breeze! Here is Pres. James A. Garfield's card.
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National Park Service Aug 7
For this and future generations, the , signed by earlier this week, will help parks complete important infrastructure projects, expand outdoor recreational opportunities, and support local economies.
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J. A. Garfield NHS Aug 5
President Garfield cares about your health!
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