America's Holy Ground: 61 Faithful Reflections on Our National Parks
America's Holy Ground: 61 Faithful Reflections on Our National Parks
Officials are planning to replace a bridge over the Yellowstone River near Tower that dates to the 1960s.

True story from Brad: A few years ago in Yellowstone National Park, a 200-foot bridge was being refurbished, resulting in an 88-mile detour. Best detour ever, because we saw the Grand Tetons from the west at sunset, but still — Eighty-Eight. Mile. Detour.

https://www.kmvt.com/content/news/Park-Service-proposes-new-Yellowstone-bridge-564170961.html
America's Holy Ground: 61 Faithful Reflections on Our National Parks
America's Holy Ground: 61 Faithful Reflections on Our National Parks
Good news from Yellowstone National Park​: Wolf populations are stable.

Bad news from Yellowstone National Park: Grizzlies aren't as spooked by humans as they used to be.

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America's Holy Ground: 61 Faithful Reflections on Our National Parks
America's Holy Ground: 61 Faithful Reflections on Our National Parks
What government secret lies within Canyonlands National Park? Here’s a hint: It’s never heard a moo.

https://www.deseret.com/utah/2019/10/26/20927793/canyonlands-park-government-secret-utah

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