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Favorite National Park you have visited

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  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Moderator, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 27,697
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    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    On an epic road trip taking the fam to 23 American NPs in 41 days (plus Banff). Been to four so far. Quick fupdate: Grand Teton and Glacier moving way up my list.

    Crater Lake or GTFO
    Wifey wants to drive the Oregon coast so Crater Lake 'tis not on the itinerary.

    Parks we've hit so far on the trip (bold = park I've never been to before this trip)
    Rocky Mountain Had to 86 this one because the pass was closed due to heavy snowfall the night before so we whiffed on our first target.
    Grand Teton
    Yellowstone
    Glacier
    Banff
    (Yoho, Glacier and Mt Revelstoke on the TransCanada highway but we didn't do anything but drive through so they don't really count)
    North Cascades

    Still to come (bold = park I've never been to before this trip)
    Mt Rainier
    Olympic
    Redwood
    Lassen Volcanic
    Yosemite
    Sequoia
    Kings Canyon
    Pinnacles
    Channel Islands
    Joshua Tree
    Death Valley
    Zion

    Grand Canyon (north rim)
    Bryce
    Capitol Reef
    Canyonlands

    Arches
    Mesa Verde
    Black Canyon of the Gunnison
    Great Sand Dunes
    Bummer brah. It’s more real and spectacular than most on this list.

    I see what you’re doing here though going for maximum output in a short period of time. Crater Lake is out of the way based on your route and time schedule to keep.
    dnc
  • dncdnc Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 53,739
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    Yellowstone - BRB, Old Faithful

    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    On an epic road trip taking the fam to 23 American NPs in 41 days (plus Banff). Been to four so far. Quick fupdate: Grand Teton and Glacier moving way up my list.

    Crater Lake or GTFO
    Wifey wants to drive the Oregon coast so Crater Lake 'tis not on the itinerary.

    Parks we've hit so far on the trip (bold = park I've never been to before this trip)
    Rocky Mountain Had to 86 this one because the pass was closed due to heavy snowfall the night before so we whiffed on our first target.
    Grand Teton
    Yellowstone
    Glacier
    Banff
    (Yoho, Glacier and Mt Revelstoke on the TransCanada highway but we didn't do anything but drive through so they don't really count)
    North Cascades

    Still to come (bold = park I've never been to before this trip)
    Mt Rainier
    Olympic
    Redwood
    Lassen Volcanic
    Yosemite
    Sequoia
    Kings Canyon
    Pinnacles
    Channel Islands
    Joshua Tree
    Death Valley
    Zion

    Grand Canyon (north rim)
    Bryce
    Capitol Reef
    Canyonlands

    Arches
    Mesa Verde
    Black Canyon of the Gunnison
    Great Sand Dunes
    Bummer brah. It’s more real and spectacular than most on this list.

    I see what you’re doing here though going for maximum output in a short period of time. Crater Lake is out of the way based on your route and time schedule to keep.
    If it were just me we'd be hitting Crater Lake for sure. Only been once and it was super cloudy so I've always wanted to go back. But alas Mrs DNC only requested like 4 things on this whole trip and the Oregon Coast was one of them so we're hitting it instead. And yes, definitely a quantity over quality trip.
    dflea
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Moderator, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 27,697
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    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    On an epic road trip taking the fam to 23 American NPs in 41 days (plus Banff). Been to four so far. Quick fupdate: Grand Teton and Glacier moving way up my list.

    Crater Lake or GTFO
    Wifey wants to drive the Oregon coast so Crater Lake 'tis not on the itinerary.

    Parks we've hit so far on the trip (bold = park I've never been to before this trip)
    Rocky Mountain Had to 86 this one because the pass was closed due to heavy snowfall the night before so we whiffed on our first target.
    Grand Teton
    Yellowstone
    Glacier
    Banff
    (Yoho, Glacier and Mt Revelstoke on the TransCanada highway but we didn't do anything but drive through so they don't really count)
    North Cascades

    Still to come (bold = park I've never been to before this trip)
    Mt Rainier
    Olympic
    Redwood
    Lassen Volcanic
    Yosemite
    Sequoia
    Kings Canyon
    Pinnacles
    Channel Islands
    Joshua Tree
    Death Valley
    Zion

    Grand Canyon (north rim)
    Bryce
    Capitol Reef
    Canyonlands

    Arches
    Mesa Verde
    Black Canyon of the Gunnison
    Great Sand Dunes
    Bummer brah. It’s more real and spectacular than most on this list.

    I see what you’re doing here though going for maximum output in a short period of time. Crater Lake is out of the way based on your route and time schedule to keep.
    If it were just me we'd be hitting Crater Lake for sure. Only been once and it was super cloudy so I've always wanted to go back. But alas Mrs DNC only requested like 4 things on this whole trip and the Oregon Coast was one of them so we're hitting it instead. And yes, definitely a quantity over quality trip.
    Kind of sad, for how much natural beauty the Ducktards have, we? are shit as fuck for National Parks compared to WA, CA, UT, CO, etc. Just the one with Crater Lake. Only @PurpleThrobber is worse at National Parks than Oregon is with their little c-hair of Yellowstone.
    dnc
  • StateChampWereUStateChampWereU Member Posts: 5
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    Yosemite in April when the waterfalls are gushing and between spring break and summer crowds. It can be chilly, but the scenery is worth it.
    dnc
  • PurpleThrobberPurpleThrobber Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 35,453
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    Yellowstone - BRB, Old Faithful

    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    On an epic road trip taking the fam to 23 American NPs in 41 days (plus Banff). Been to four so far. Quick fupdate: Grand Teton and Glacier moving way up my list.

    Crater Lake or GTFO
    Wifey wants to drive the Oregon coast so Crater Lake 'tis not on the itinerary.

    Parks we've hit so far on the trip (bold = park I've never been to before this trip)
    Rocky Mountain Had to 86 this one because the pass was closed due to heavy snowfall the night before so we whiffed on our first target.
    Grand Teton
    Yellowstone
    Glacier
    Banff
    (Yoho, Glacier and Mt Revelstoke on the TransCanada highway but we didn't do anything but drive through so they don't really count)
    North Cascades

    Still to come (bold = park I've never been to before this trip)
    Mt Rainier
    Olympic
    Redwood
    Lassen Volcanic
    Yosemite
    Sequoia
    Kings Canyon
    Pinnacles
    Channel Islands
    Joshua Tree
    Death Valley
    Zion

    Grand Canyon (north rim)
    Bryce
    Capitol Reef
    Canyonlands

    Arches
    Mesa Verde
    Black Canyon of the Gunnison
    Great Sand Dunes
    Bummer brah. It’s more real and spectacular than most on this list.

    I see what you’re doing here though going for maximum output in a short period of time. Crater Lake is out of the way based on your route and time schedule to keep.
    If it were just me we'd be hitting Crater Lake for sure. Only been once and it was super cloudy so I've always wanted to go back. But alas Mrs DNC only requested like 4 things on this whole trip and the Oregon Coast was one of them so we're hitting it instead. And yes, definitely a quantity over quality trip.
    Kind of sad, for how much natural beauty the Ducktards have, we? are shit as fuck for National Parks compared to WA, CA, UT, CO, etc. Just the one with Crater Lake. Only @PurpleThrobber is worse at National Parks than Oregon is with their little c-hair of Yellowstone.
    Idaho refuses to be controlled by the Feds.

    Take this to the Tug.

  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Moderator, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 27,697
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    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    On an epic road trip taking the fam to 23 American NPs in 41 days (plus Banff). Been to four so far. Quick fupdate: Grand Teton and Glacier moving way up my list.

    Crater Lake or GTFO
    Wifey wants to drive the Oregon coast so Crater Lake 'tis not on the itinerary.

    Parks we've hit so far on the trip (bold = park I've never been to before this trip)
    Rocky Mountain Had to 86 this one because the pass was closed due to heavy snowfall the night before so we whiffed on our first target.
    Grand Teton
    Yellowstone
    Glacier
    Banff
    (Yoho, Glacier and Mt Revelstoke on the TransCanada highway but we didn't do anything but drive through so they don't really count)
    North Cascades

    Still to come (bold = park I've never been to before this trip)
    Mt Rainier
    Olympic
    Redwood
    Lassen Volcanic
    Yosemite
    Sequoia
    Kings Canyon
    Pinnacles
    Channel Islands
    Joshua Tree
    Death Valley
    Zion

    Grand Canyon (north rim)
    Bryce
    Capitol Reef
    Canyonlands

    Arches
    Mesa Verde
    Black Canyon of the Gunnison
    Great Sand Dunes
    Bummer brah. It’s more real and spectacular than most on this list.

    I see what you’re doing here though going for maximum output in a short period of time. Crater Lake is out of the way based on your route and time schedule to keep.
    If it were just me we'd be hitting Crater Lake for sure. Only been once and it was super cloudy so I've always wanted to go back. But alas Mrs DNC only requested like 4 things on this whole trip and the Oregon Coast was one of them so we're hitting it instead. And yes, definitely a quantity over quality trip.
    Kind of sad, for how much natural beauty the Ducktards have, we? are shit as fuck for National Parks compared to WA, CA, UT, CO, etc. Just the one with Crater Lake. Only @PurpleThrobber is worse at National Parks than Oregon is with their little c-hair of Yellowstone.
    Idaho refuses to be controlled by the Feds.

    Take this to the Tug.

    Idaho has the 3rd highest percentage of federally owned land in the US, behind only Nevada (1st) and Utah (2nd). The armpit sex states couldn't be trusted to control their own lands.
    dnc1to392831weretakenhuskyhooligan
  • PurpleThrobberPurpleThrobber Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 35,453
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    Yellowstone - BRB, Old Faithful

    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    On an epic road trip taking the fam to 23 American NPs in 41 days (plus Banff). Been to four so far. Quick fupdate: Grand Teton and Glacier moving way up my list.

    Crater Lake or GTFO
    Wifey wants to drive the Oregon coast so Crater Lake 'tis not on the itinerary.

    Parks we've hit so far on the trip (bold = park I've never been to before this trip)
    Rocky Mountain Had to 86 this one because the pass was closed due to heavy snowfall the night before so we whiffed on our first target.
    Grand Teton
    Yellowstone
    Glacier
    Banff
    (Yoho, Glacier and Mt Revelstoke on the TransCanada highway but we didn't do anything but drive through so they don't really count)
    North Cascades

    Still to come (bold = park I've never been to before this trip)
    Mt Rainier
    Olympic
    Redwood
    Lassen Volcanic
    Yosemite
    Sequoia
    Kings Canyon
    Pinnacles
    Channel Islands
    Joshua Tree
    Death Valley
    Zion

    Grand Canyon (north rim)
    Bryce
    Capitol Reef
    Canyonlands

    Arches
    Mesa Verde
    Black Canyon of the Gunnison
    Great Sand Dunes
    Bummer brah. It’s more real and spectacular than most on this list.

    I see what you’re doing here though going for maximum output in a short period of time. Crater Lake is out of the way based on your route and time schedule to keep.
    If it were just me we'd be hitting Crater Lake for sure. Only been once and it was super cloudy so I've always wanted to go back. But alas Mrs DNC only requested like 4 things on this whole trip and the Oregon Coast was one of them so we're hitting it instead. And yes, definitely a quantity over quality trip.
    Kind of sad, for how much natural beauty the Ducktards have, we? are shit as fuck for National Parks compared to WA, CA, UT, CO, etc. Just the one with Crater Lake. Only @PurpleThrobber is worse at National Parks than Oregon is with their little c-hair of Yellowstone.
    Idaho refuses to be controlled by the Feds.

    Take this to the Tug.

    Idaho has the 3rd highest percentage of federally owned land in the US, behind only Nevada (1st) and Utah (2nd). The armpit sex states couldn't be trusted to control their own lands.
    I tried to slide a right wing curve by.

    Idaho is essentially one big National Park.

    Nevada is one big mining royalty for the feds.

  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Moderator, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 27,697
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    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    On an epic road trip taking the fam to 23 American NPs in 41 days (plus Banff). Been to four so far. Quick fupdate: Grand Teton and Glacier moving way up my list.

    Crater Lake or GTFO
    Wifey wants to drive the Oregon coast so Crater Lake 'tis not on the itinerary.

    Parks we've hit so far on the trip (bold = park I've never been to before this trip)
    Rocky Mountain Had to 86 this one because the pass was closed due to heavy snowfall the night before so we whiffed on our first target.
    Grand Teton
    Yellowstone
    Glacier
    Banff
    (Yoho, Glacier and Mt Revelstoke on the TransCanada highway but we didn't do anything but drive through so they don't really count)
    North Cascades

    Still to come (bold = park I've never been to before this trip)
    Mt Rainier
    Olympic
    Redwood
    Lassen Volcanic
    Yosemite
    Sequoia
    Kings Canyon
    Pinnacles
    Channel Islands
    Joshua Tree
    Death Valley
    Zion

    Grand Canyon (north rim)
    Bryce
    Capitol Reef
    Canyonlands

    Arches
    Mesa Verde
    Black Canyon of the Gunnison
    Great Sand Dunes
    Bummer brah. It’s more real and spectacular than most on this list.

    I see what you’re doing here though going for maximum output in a short period of time. Crater Lake is out of the way based on your route and time schedule to keep.
    If it were just me we'd be hitting Crater Lake for sure. Only been once and it was super cloudy so I've always wanted to go back. But alas Mrs DNC only requested like 4 things on this whole trip and the Oregon Coast was one of them so we're hitting it instead. And yes, definitely a quantity over quality trip.
    Kind of sad, for how much natural beauty the Ducktards have, we? are shit as fuck for National Parks compared to WA, CA, UT, CO, etc. Just the one with Crater Lake. Only @PurpleThrobber is worse at National Parks than Oregon is with their little c-hair of Yellowstone.
    Idaho refuses to be controlled by the Feds.

    Take this to the Tug.

    Idaho has the 3rd highest percentage of federally owned land in the US, behind only Nevada (1st) and Utah (2nd). The armpit sex states couldn't be trusted to control their own lands.
    I tried to slide a right wing curve by.

    Idaho is essentially one big National Park.

    Nevada is one big mining royalty for the feds.

    IFL Idaho and married a potato head (no armpit sex though).

    The interior of the state is remarkable wilderness.

    Just always baffles me that there's not one National Park.
    AtomicDawg
  • TheHBTheHB Member Posts: 1,741
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    It's the only one I promote on a T-shirt, so ...
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  • Pitchfork51Pitchfork51 Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 24,780
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    National parks are basically white supremacy.

    Haven't you seen the articles on black people not going as much as white people?
    dncCFetters_Nacho_Lover
  • dncdnc Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 53,739
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    National parks are basically white supremacy.

    Haven't you seen the articles on black people not going as much as white people?

    Knew hear?
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