I have been hearing a lot about the trails at Hells gate state park. I have been to the park before and its overall pretty decent in my eyes, but I have never been on the trails. I did some research before and was pleased to see there was a map with everything clearly explained. The trails can be used for walking, running, biking, and horseback riding. Today I only walked the easy street, sundown and half of the Billy trail. My first impression was good, … Continue reading First impression of Hell gate SP trails.
Today I decided to get out of the house. Admittedly not the best day, no thanks to the overcast and drizzle of rain. Now I went out with no objective or something to do just went out to explore. So, I ended up Near Little goose dam at Tucannon HMU. Tucannon HMU is a Habitat Management unit that’s operated by USACE located on the Tucannon river. You can fish, hunt and all types of things. I don’t … Continue reading Rainy day at Tucannon
Hey everyone, so among the many items I collect is patches. I collect all types of patches Parks, business, states and in this case police. Now my police patch collection is small so I thought I would buy a bundle off of eBay to boost my numbers ha-ha. I just thought I would share my ebay haul, they all came together. From top left to bottom right Wood ridge police, IL Montvale Police, NJ Sheriff Osage … Continue reading Patch haul from Ebay
Due to the whole situation we all have been spending a lot of time at home. Staying at home doesn’t have to stop you from getting your National park cancellations stamps while still learning more about the parks. The website America’s National parks (link below) is offering a collection of virtual tours with virtual Cancellations stamps! Most of the tours are just videos or slideshows but the 5 tours under “google arts & culture” are 360 interactive tours and are amazingly done. All … Continue reading Virtual Stamps
So i have just started a new hobby, Birding! Currently with all this time on my hands i decided to try something new. First thing first i went to Walmart and bought the cheapest binoculars they have (which was $10). I also download the Audubon app ( which is an amazing bird guide/id app ) i would recommend downloading the guide for so you can … Continue reading Starting Birding (4/22/20)
Before you can get your first stamp you’ll need a passport book. You can buy these online or at the visitor centers of national parks. There are Four different type of books; Junior ranger, collectors, classic and explorer. Each book comes with it pros and cons , I personally prefer the Explorer edition but which book would depend on your preference. you can look online … Continue reading Getting started
To begin with national parks are a big parks of my life that i would like to share with others. especially national park stamps collecting, every national park has one or multiple ink stamps at their visitor centers that you can stamp you passport book with. And when i began i found it hard to find out where and how many stamps are at each … Continue reading Stamps