March 6, 2022 I grew up in a family whose summer vacations almost always included a pop-up camper in tow and a national park as our destination. We loved getting away to the mountains and the ocean, we loved driving around campgrounds until we found the site that had the perfect place for our hammock, and we would spend our days really being away. Most of the time it was the fun kind of adventure – following a trail with clear signs and a clear path to natural wonders, taking our boots off and letting our feet soak in mountain springs, snacking on trail mix whenever we found a big rock for all of us to sit on for a few minutes, and arriving at views of waterfalls and mountain lakes that literally do take your breath away.

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