Why You Shouldn’t Visit a National Park This Summer

Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado (photo T. Ribe)

Summer is here. Americas are hitting the road for the national parks by the tens of thousands. People from all over the country are tired of coronavirus lockdown and they are breaking free to public lands like national parks. Totally understandable, but should YOU join the rush to the national parks? For many reasons, the answer is a firm no!

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Tom Ribe is a journalist specializing in natural resources, renewable energy, travel and science. He lives in northern New Mexico.

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Tom Ribe

Tom Ribe

Tom Ribe is a journalist specializing in natural resources, renewable energy, travel and science. He lives in northern New Mexico.

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