Favorite National Park

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    Yep, I get that.

    If you ever do, I hope you get some photos and post them.

    I really want to do the whole "lighthouse" thing down the Eastern Seaboard. Just can't decide if I want to start in Maine or S. Carolina.
     
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    I DO TOO!

    I bought two beautiful books this past Christmas on the Eastern US lighthouses... we've done about 4 or 5 of the lighthouses in Maine so far... I do have pictures of those, somewhere.... likely on the hubby's computer though, because I did a quick search and could not find them on mine!
     
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    That would be cool. It's one of My bucket list items.
     
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    I did the Carriage trail last summer for the first time. Well worth it.
     
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    Campsites are nice. Have gravel filled tent pads, bear proof lockers for your coolers, fire ring, picnic tables and a basic privy.
    Last two years a reservation system was introduced. No rushing out to find a spot. Basically the BWCA with powerboats. Have a decent size boat, the lakes are massive.

    On FL, just was in the Everglades in Feb. Saw my first ever gator. I was surprised at Jackpine trees growing there.
     
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    Great Smoky Mountains
     
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    Good call. I grew up there. And it is truly spectacular. Countless overnighters, reckless tressle climbing, and even a cave for those who know where it is. Not to mention that’s where I got married. Definitely a must see attraction if one is ever up that way. The Glen Iris is also one of the best places you’ll ever eat. Especially for a teenager on prom night.
     
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    Gettysburg National Battlefield and Arlington National Cemetery
     
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