Jean Lafitte National Park Pictures

So, I took this trip back in January 2018 (long time ago I know). Thought I would share the pictures and my thoughts anyways. So, these pictures are from jean Lafitte national historic park. The park is located right outside New Orleans, LA. Which is the main reason I was down there to begin with. This would be the first-time visiting Louisiana, although It wouldn’t be the … Continue reading Jean Lafitte National Park Pictures

First impression of Hell gate SP trails.

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.

Volunteering with National parks

Today I’ll be talking about volunteering for the national parks and how to do it. As the world is slowly opening it may be a good time to starting thinking about volunteering. First off, today I will be talking about American parks, I don’t know how it works or if it is available for other countries.  While I will be talking about my personal experiences with … Continue reading Volunteering with National parks

My First Geocache

After a rainy couple of days, it was finally sunny, so much it blinded me a little. Today seem like the perfect day to try geocaching, a friend recommended it to me. Basically, you download this app and it will tell you general location of hidden cache people have hidden. I thought I would try Afterall it was a nice day just to take a walk anyways. I click on the map and found the closes cache to me; it wasn’t too far right in the downtown. The description    explain that … Continue reading My First Geocache

Grant-Kohrs Ranch (11/13/19)

I visited Grant-Kohrs on my road trip to Washington from Georgia with my dad. As we go, we were trying to hit as many national park sites as we can. Grant-Kohrs was on the tail end of our road trip by then we already hit so big name like Badlands and the Gateway arch. Its snowed in Montana the night before, are whole trip was followed by the snow, understandably it was early November. We enjoyed the snow, being from the south … Continue reading Grant-Kohrs Ranch (11/13/19)

5 reason why you should start collecting National Park cancellations stamps

#5 Its low cost It’s doesn’t get much better than Cheap! Although you will have to pay out for the stamp books but it’s not a requirement you can use a notebook or whatever! while the ink stamps themselves are completely free! #4 Its fun for all ages Stamp collecting is all inclusive! and fun for all ages! from small kids to seniors. it doesn’t … Continue reading 5 reason why you should start collecting National Park cancellations stamps

Virtual Stamps

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