It’s the first real holiday since Cole and I have been home, and we are big-time taking advantage of living close to people we love again.

Last night, we hosted a Friendsgiving with my best friends from high school, tomorrow morning we leave to spend a few days with Cole’s family, Saturday will be with my extended family, and Saturday night with more friends. So much love & togetherness, I love it!

(It’s a major step up from when we spent last year’s Thanksgiving in one of the worst gateway cities in the whole country: Homestead, Florida. We did decide to splurge for a hotel & a Thanksgiving buffet, at least!)

Before we kick all these fun things off, we have this week’s episode of the podcast for you!

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Our topic this week covers the idea of exclusivity within the national parks. Almost all parks are cheap, accessible, and extremely visitor-friendly. But there are some parks that seem to not want to be visited.

Is this exclusivity a problem, or is it necessary in order to preserve some of the most fragile parks?

Notes from the show:

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Written by Elizabeth

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