how many (US) national parks have you been to?
David J Brooks
pentkon52 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 2 13:38:40 EDT 2009
I think i can safely say, none. Unless driving 22 miles on the Blue
ridge parkway counts. Thank god for the slow speed limits on that
road. Only time i caught up to Mark on my first trip to GFM.
On Fri, Oct 2, 2009 at 12:29 PM, Drew <drew at rileyelf.free-online.co.uk> wrote:
> Errr.... none.... I have only visited the States once... and I don't think
> Austin Convention Centre is in a national park :-) I do however live
> about 50 yards from the border of the new South Downs National Park in the
> UK... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Downs_National_Park
> ann sanfedele wrote:
>> Are any of you guys watching Ken Burns's thing on the National parks?
>> I'm liking it more and more
>> but thought the first show was the weakest and may have put people off the
>> And relative to that, how many National Parks have you been to? Possibly
>> some from the other side of the Pond
>> have more on their list than some of us who live here...
>> I checked off 40 of the reported 58 though I think there might be more
>> that I visited before they were made into parks.
>> (Great Basin, for one)
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