One guy. One website. TONS of FREE maps of every sort, related to our National Parks.
Click here for the website –> NATIONAL PARK MAPS
This extremely thorough website and project is clearly a labor of love. If you camp, backpack, hike, or just plain old visit the incredible National Park system we as citizens of the United States so far been blessed to have in the first place. (Thank you, Teddy Roosevelt! Thank you, every environmentalist! Thank you every selfless, kind-hearted politician that protects our parks–ok, I know you are few, but thanks to those of you who do! Thank you every activist who fights the good fight to keep these amazing National Parks clean, secure and abundant in healthy flora and fauna!)
I don’t know about you folks who read my blog, but I view the National Parks as an emblem of what is meant by “America, the beautiful.” Without them, American wouldn’t be so beautiful. So, please do what you can to preserve what we have right now, to keep anyone from destroying it, degrading it, AND ESPECIALLY FROM CAPITALIZING on it for monetary gain.
I love you guys and gals who respect our parks enough to always leave ’em looking better than they did when you first got there. So many folks continue polluting and defacing our National Parks. Common sense and respect are fading fast in our society. It’s hard to keep up with it’s negative impact. So, everything you do to mitigate that reality, to balance out the bozo heads around you, really makes a tremendous difference. Never forget that!
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On Mon, Mar 27, 2017 at 10:31 AM, Teardrop Adventures wrote:
> Sue J posted: ” One guy. One website. TONS of FREE maps of every sort, > related to our National Parks. Click here for the website –> NATIONAL > PARK MAPS This extremely thorough website and project is clearly a labor of > love. If you camp, backpack, hike, or ” >
Thanks for the nod, CJ! Seems to be plenty of formal groups gathering in their teardrops. Wouldn’t want to reinvent the wheel! Hope we can at least stir a bit of interest in teardrops and ultimately an interest in nature (enjoying, respecting, and preserving it) and GET FOLKS IN THE BEAUTIFUL, GREAT OUTDOORS!!!!!! 🙂
where is glacier national park?
It’s in northwest Montana, right at the Canadian border!