Last summer I picked up a National Park Passport at Mount Rainier National Park. I love this little book! The National Parks Passport is a small pocket sized book, it has descriptions of some parks/regions, comes with a foldable map, and has spots for stamps and stickers that can be found in each park. At each park’s visitor center there is usually a few different stamps that visitors can stamp their books with, and at least one of those stamps will include the date. This year marked the National Park Centennial and many parks created centennial stamps for visitors. I love collecting the stamps at each park, it’s free and a nice keepsake in a compact little book. When traveling I try not to load up with souvenirs, once we are on the road there won’t be any room for things like that anyway. As we travel I can’t wait to continue stamping my passport…
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Oh this is cute! I’m normally not one to buy into things like that but this actually looks pretty great :’)
Yes! & It’ll only run you about $10.
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