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Where can I buy just the Yellowstone Oh, Ranger! guide book?
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Thanks for your interest in our Oh, Ranger! Yellowstone National Park guide. Many park visitors love our handy little booklet. The best way to get a copy is to call us at 212-581-3380. We'd be happy to ship a copy in the mail.

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Experience the Arctic One Page at a Time

To the Arctic Photography BookGoing on an Arctic expedition may seem like a nearly impossible journey, but photographer Florian Schulz brings the distant landscape right to the coffee table.

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Gateway Arch in St. Louis has Western Fun for the Family

When visiting St. Louis, one of the first tourist stops is the famous Gateway Arch—a symbol that’s become synonymous with the city. But the arch is more than just a cool architectural attraction and photo opportunity; it also has special events throughout the year.

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National Cherry Blossom Festival in D.C. Celebrates 100 Years

March 12, 2012, 11:34 am
The National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C. is going above and beyond this spring to mark 100 years of beautiful blooms. This year the festival is extending from two weeks to six weeks from March 20 to April 27. The projected 2012 Peak Bloom—when 70 percent of the flowers ...

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The Yosemite February Firefall

February 23, 2012, 1:58 pm
For two weeks in February Horsetail Fall in Yosemite National Park bursts into a remarkable, searing orange streak. The phenomenon occurs on the eastern edge of El Capitan during sunset as the setting rays perfectly reflect off the waterfall, creating a vivid ribbon of neon orange against shadowy granite ...

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Bryce Canyon Winter Festival Kicks Off Feb. 18

Bryce Canyon National Park in WinterAppreciate winter recreation in all its seasonal glory while the snow is still fresh. One way to do this is at The 27th Annual Bryce Canyon Winter Festival. This family-friendly weekend is chock full of winter fitness and fun.

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Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge

This 2,774 acre refuge in the Panhandle of Idaho was established in 1964, primarily to provide important habitat and a resting area for migrating waterfowl. The Refuge is comprised of a wide variety of habitat types, such as wetlands, meadows, riparian forests and cultivated agricultural fields. The western portion ...

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I just want to start out at Moon Lake then leave there and backpack into Brown Duck, and spend 2, maybe 3 days there.
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It's a short day hike from Moon Lake Campgrounds to the Brown Duck Trail. There's plenty of camping opportunities in nearby East Basin. Please note some trail areas may be inaccessible due to winter weather. For more information, visit the Forest Service's page on Ashley National Forest: http://www.fs.usda.gov/ashley. Have a fun and safe adventure!

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Seyon Lodge (VT) : Seyon Lodge, dramatic light
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National Wildlife Refuge Week, October 9th-15th 2011

It’s the middle of National Wildlife Refuge Week—have you been out to celebrate America’s wildlife heritage? Theodore Roosevelt designated the first wildlife refuge at Pelican Island off the eastern coast of Florida in 1903.

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