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Post Reply What is last national park, monument, shoreline, or preserve that you have been to?
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Like the title asks, but it could be a place owned by any country. When I mean shoreline, I mean lakeshore or seashore.
I'll also take state, provincial, territorial, and district parks that nature based.

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Yellowstone National Park
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I have two National Park Service passports - these are booklets designed like a passport that you can buy and then when you visit national park service sites they have a stamp you can put in the book and they also sell photo stickers you can put in it. You can buy them at http://www.eparks.com/store/home/9221/Theme-Passport/

The most recent park I've been to was a day hike at the C&O Canal. http://www.nps.gov/choh/index.htm
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Jackalope82 wrote:

Like the title asks, but it could be a place owned by any country. When I mean shoreline, I mean lakeshore or seashore.
I'll also take state, provincial, territorial, and district parks that nature based.



I work in downtown Washington, D.C.

I can see both the Capital Building and the Washington Memorial from my office and walk past a half-dozen monuments if I go anywhere for lunch

The National Mall is a federal park.

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The San Jacinto monument. It's the site of the second part of the battle of the Alamo. The Texians were defeated at the Alamo in San Antonio, TX. When Santa Anna left San Antonio he split his troops into two groups. Sam Houston and his army intercepted and defeated half of the Mexican army which happened to be the one Santa Anna led near the San Jacinto monument site. Santa Anna was captured wearing an enlisted army uniform and was believed to be a fighter until one of his men cried El Presidente!! Oh, and the site is also the nearby home of the Battleship Texas (as taken from the top of the SJ Monument.)




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The last National Park I went to was the Grand Canyon, I had 2 free days on a trip to LA. so I stopped in Williams,AZ and took the Grand Canyon Railroad to the park..
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My room.
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Niagara Falls
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The Pacific Ocean, via the Santa Monica Pier, in Santa Monica, CA. Well, I've been to the Griffith Park Observatory, and to the Griffith Park hiking trails... too... The last place was Griffith Park.
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One of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean sea last spring.
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tkayt wrote:

One of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean sea last spring.


Damn. Got any pics?
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I do but I won't put them online.
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tkayt wrote:

I do but I won't put them online.


Such a tease.
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I guess that would be the Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge. I just rode through it on my way into New Orleans. It's a marsh. Really pretty and lots of cool wildlife, but it's not somewhere I would want to get lost
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Dariamus wrote:


Jackalope82 wrote:

Like the title asks, but it could be a place owned by any country. When I mean shoreline, I mean lakeshore or seashore.
I'll also take state, provincial, territorial, and district parks that nature based.



I work in downtown Washington, D.C.

I can see both the Capital Building and the Washington Memorial from my office and walk past a half-dozen monuments if I go anywhere for lunch

The National Mall is a federal park.



No complaints, it is a nice place.
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