To get credit for National Park Week Quiz #8 you needed to solve a dozen word jumbles by unscrambling letters so as to create words found in national park names.
Here are the solutions:
ALINED = DENALI (Denali National Park and Preserve)
WROTE = TOWER (Devils Tower National Monument)
NOISED = EDISON (Thomas Edison National Historical Park)
SOIRE = ROSIE (Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park)
NOTES = STONE (Thomas Stone National Historic Site)
GREAD = EDGAR (Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site)
CREEP = PERCE (Nez Perce National Historical Park)
PELTOU = TUPELO (Tupelo National Battlefield)
ODBFRED * = BEDFORD (New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park)
* initially listed as "ORBFRED", a Quizmeister blunder :(
SGRIPSN = SPRINGS (Hot Springs National Park)
THRULE = LUTHER (Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site)
YALEOR = ROYALE (Isle Royale National Park)
Congratulations to the Traveler readers who solved the jumbles (despite the Quizmeister's ORBFRED blunder): Ranger Dave, celbert, viewmtn, Eric, Caprice Kutz, Kevin, EEW, JanetInKY, y_p_w, toothdoctor, KevinM, Ken, and jchappell740. All of these readers are eligible for Traveler’s National Park Week prize drawing and a chance to win a National Geographic Trails Illustrated Map for a national park of their choice.