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These Are #YourPublicLands

All 📸's by @wesleystefanick 🇺🇸 On a journey to visit all of our 417 National Park units. 🏔: 9 National Parks🗽: 49 Monuments & Other Sites | BasedinPA

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Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site. April 2018.
You would think I actually worked for the National Park Service!
Thinking about Congaree National Park and how hot it must be there right now. Not to mention the mosquitos. March 2018.
Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site. Behind the Big House. Natural spring provided the water for wash and cooking.
Memorial Day weekend at Gettysburg National Military Park. May 2018.
Enjoy your Memorial Day weekend! 📸: @nationalparkservice
The Grand Canyon. May 2017.
The basement of the Edgar Allan Poe house in Philadelphia. March 2018.
Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site. April 2018.
It’s the first day of National Parks Week! Spent the day at my local National Historic Site... Hopewell Furnance National Historic Site! @hopewellfurnacenhs
John Muir was born on this day in 1838. As one of America’s most famous naturalist and conservationist, Muir fought to protect the wild places he loved, places we can still visit today. On this first day of National Park Week, share your favorite Muir quote! #FindYourPark #ParkWeek https://www.nps.gov/bestideapeople/muir.html. *Repost from @nationalparkservice.
Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, PA. Awesome park worth visiting. Didn’t get to see the whole site, but it seems like one of the best parks that I have visited in terms of quality and substance of displays. PS: Reading is where I was born!
In Scranton visiting Steamtown National Historic Site for Small Park Saturday!
Capitol Reef National Park. I will continue to say this is one of the most underrated National Parks. May 2017.
Take me back... Bryce Canyon National Park. May 2017.
One of the original cannons of Fort Sumter (not the base). March 2018.
Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site. March 2018. “Described as horrifying, mystifying, and brilliant, Poe’s writing has engaged readers all over the globe. The six years Edgar Allan Poe lived in Philadelphia were his happiest and most productive. Yet Poe also struggled with bad luck, personal demons and his wife’s illness.” -NPS You can visit this site and see everything in less than an hour. Poe only lived in the house for a very short length of time.
Zion National Park. May 2017. One of the most beautiful parks that I have been.
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