National Parks and our 26th President Theodore Roosevelt
He doesn't look tough, but Teddy (pictured here) was a Rough Rider and the Teddy Bear was named after him. I am getting off track. He established a myriad of new national parks, forest, and monuments intended to preserve the natural resources. Source
That leads me to our first of many trips to National Parks.
The Arches National Park in Utah--
Arches National Park contains over 2,000 cataloged natural arches, making it the world’s largest collection! Some of these are very small, but some are massive and will take your breath away.
Think about how many centuries it took with wind and rain to form this rock and why just this rock. Plus, when is it going to fall down! It is .03 miles round trip. You can drive there and hike up the formation. Great for children!
3. The Windows