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Sorry, obviously I meant National Parks: though a national
parka for a few months of the years, and more in Alaska, might be a nice idea. However the government is over-extended as it is, so I am not suggesting it as a National Parka Plan or anything. That'd be taking the Nanny State a bit too far.
Why not a National Parka?
There MUST be a parka manufacturer somewhere which wants to become a big time winner of Bailout Lotto.
Angeline found it. It's "Snuggies".
I liked a comment from last nights show
To paraphrase... once a park is lost (its' resources mined and logged out), it is lost forever... but if a park is saved today, from the pressures to develop its' natural resources, then it will be up to future generations to continue to guard that park. It gives future generations something to value, and to realize just how fragile what is worth preserving really is.
It has been criticized for poor videography. Too dark.
The criticism looks well founded even when viewed on a high def TV.
Recorded it, seen just pieces so far
Quite a bit of interesting history.
Unfortunately I'm not good at sitting through long periods of history lessons, never have been.
Heck, I'll confess that the photography of the parks themselves in present day means as much to me as the history when watching, just to see the scenery.