Hi everybody my second day at the Little River Canyon Earth Day festival was fantastic!Im with my great friends Pete,Niki,Jeremy and family and John and Amy who drove all the way from South Carolina and Georgia, and so many other wonderful visitors.I loved being interviewed by a great friend too!
Apr 8, 2019
Hi everybody this is my second visit to beautiful San Antonio Missions in Texas!! I’m with my great friend Ranger Justine,who is the media expert and videotaped my visit. I had so much fun today!! Come and visit,you can see 4 old missions!!!
Hi everybody, I'm at Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park in Texas, my 311th Park!!! I visited the Presidents Boyhood home and also his 2700 acre ranch! There are beautiful bluebonnet flowers, which Mrs. Johnson absolutely adored, a Presidential plane, cows that are descended from the Presidents original herd! I'm with my wonderful Ranger hosts Dave (COI), Joe, Sardius, Mrs. Frey (also from Illinois!), Barbara and Jim, who all made my visit so memorable!!!
Mar 30, 2019
Hey everybody! This is my 310th National Park, the beautiful Amistad National Recreation Area in Texas!! I was so lucky to spend time with my friends Superintendent Chris and Rangers Jack and Dan, who taught me how to throw a spear used by Native Americans! The park is on the border, and I am on the International Bridge with the American and Mexican eagles!!😃😃😃😃😃 🦅🦅🦅
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Hi everybody from Montgomery, Alabama! I visited the White House of the Confederacy and Hank Williams final resting place. The Confederate White House was almost torn down after the Civil War, but the fine ladies of Montgomery saved it. Jefferson Davis,the Confederate President and his family lived here for a short time,then moved to Richmond,Va. Hank Williams was a very famous Country-Western star. His memorial is beautiful, and I'm with his statue in downtown too!!😎😎😎
Jan 3, 2019
Hello everybody from beautiful Canaveral National Seashore in Florida, my 308th National Park!! During the shutdown, always check on the park Facebook page to see if you can visit the park you are near! Even though the visitor center was closed, the beach here was open!
Dec 8, 2018
Hi everyone, Park visit #307 is the Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument in Alabama! I was very lucky to have my amazing friends Pat, Kathy and Whitney show me the park. The sculpture park, Gaston Motel and the famous 16th St. Baptist Church are all in the same area so it is very easy to visit. The sculpture is of the little girls who were killed at the Baptist Church during the Civil Rights movement in the 1960's.You can also get your Passport stamp at the Civil Rights Institute across the street from the park! Merry Christmas to all my National Park friends🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰