In 1903, Roosevelt visited Muir in Yosemite. Guided into the Yosemite wilderness by naturalist John Muir, the president went on a three-day wilderness trip that started at the Mariposa Grove, and included Sentinel Dome, Glacier Point, and Yosemite Valley among other points of interest in Yosemite National Park. Muir seized the opportunity “to do some forest good in talking freely around the campfire,” and the President, referring to John Muir, is quoted as saying “Of course of all the people in the world, he was the one with whom it was best worthwhile thus to see the Yosemite.” Library of Congress

Do not take for granted these National Park Foundation images of America the Beautiful as unquestionably yours for a future visit

There are rumblings of misdeeds within the ranks of the influential gutter people now entrenched in our political system. They want what you have and will go to any length to take it from you.

By Skip Clement

[dropcap]M[/dropcap]ost of us with a passion for fly fishing, paddling, hiking, camping, birding, and a myriad of other outdoor experiences has knowledge of one or more of their National Parks. All, BTW, communally owned by U. S. citizens. Yes, that’s been remarkable. Something we can all join that you might not be familiar with is the National Park Foundation. It was created by an Act establishing it as the National Park Foundation by the 90th Congress on December 18, 1967.

Click on image to find out how you can get involved in your National Parks and better enjoy them.

Here are a few of my favorite things [2018 – 2015] – I hope you enjoy them:

  • There are plenty more America the Beautiful photos – click on the link at the end of the following images.

Wildlife: Acadia National Park – Bill Sweet

Dry Tortugas National Park
Jose Torres

Grand Teton National Park
Adam Jewell

Wildlife: Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge – Cecil Hastings

Superior National Forest – Gary Hamer

Wildlife: Yellowstone National Park –  Matthew Sorum

Smoky Mountains National Park – Traci Thornton

Night Skies. Mount Rainier National Park – Scott Eliot

See all the National Parks Foundation winning photos for the years 2012 – 2018 . . . 

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