Episode #3, yo!
We are settling into a nice routine with this whole podcasting thing now that we are 3 episodes deep. We are pretty basic with the music and editing, and we are doing it all ourselves, so of course there was a steep learning curve. BUT I think I’m getting better and better. I hope you all are enjoying diving deeper into our life on the road last year!
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Anyways… on to this week’s episode. It’s all about this question that was raised by New York Times in August…
Episode #3: Are We Loving our National Parks to Death?
Links mentioned in the episode:
- Our Price is Right prize package – this lodge, whaaaaat.
- New York Times Article – “Are We Loving Our National Parks to Death?”
- Parks with the highest attendance spikes
- Our blog post on NPS deferred maintenance
- Zion addresses their overcrowding issues on Facebook, just a couple days ago:
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