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The Rapids And The Roar: A Boating History Of The Colorado River And Grand Canyon

At first glance, this looks like just another book about rafting in the Grand Canyon and its rapids. It can be, after all, a life-changing experience and people just feel compelled to write about it. But Gaylord Stavely was not only one of the first people to raft the river; he was there when the entire river-running industry was born, knows all of the history behind the places, and the eccentric people who yearned for the freedom of the river.
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Photography In The National Parks: An eBook To Help You Navigate Zion National Park’s Photogenic Side

Thinking of visiting Zion National Park, but don't know where or when to stop for the perfect photograph and don't have the time to spend scouting for locations? Planning on a return trip to visit a favorite spot or seek out a new location? The Ultimate Guide to Photographing Zion National Park eFotoGuide may be just what you need to capture some awesome images within this awesome national park.
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Fort Vancouver National Historic Site Receives Funds To Rehabilitate Historic Buildings

Funding has been made available to enable Fort Vancouver National Historic Site officials to sign a contract for the rehabilitation of some historic buildings at the park, including one that will serve as home of the headquarters for the forest supervisor of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.
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Explore National Parks Through Maps Out Of History

Maps unlock the world in front of us...even if we're not standing right in front of the landscape contained on the map we're gazing at. They allow us to wander through the landscape, cross mountains, ford rivers and streams, and envision campsites in the backcountry. And, in the case of a new eBook, they allow us to look into the past of some national park settings.
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Yellowstone National Park Immune From Wyoming Law Banning Certain Photos Of Water Resources

You can take all the photos you want on your Yellowstone National Park vacation without worrying about being arrested for ignoring a new Wyoming law pertaining to whistleblowers. It doesn't apply to the park, which is federal, not state, land, according to park officials.
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