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This tourist has a tip to make visits better in Yellowstone!

I have been visiting Yellowstone National Park for over 30 years.  Each visit leaves me wondering how some people make it through the day.  I’ve seen some sights and witnessed a few incidents that could have turned out tragic.  Some people seem to think visiting Yellowstone is like visiting the zoo.  I often wonder if they think zoo keepers are hanging out in the pines to let the animals out.  Wonder if they think park staff dropped off that buffalo carcass in the creek for the wolves and griz to feed on.  You get the picture.  I know this story is older but it still rings true of each visit to the park.  I hear and see things of this nature!  Keep reading and see what one park tourist commented on how the park could make visits better!  You really can’t make this stuff up!

 

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“Apparently, someone who visited Yellowstone National Park was upset that they did not get the Grizzly sighting that would have eventually lead to their being mauled to death.”

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“BUT THEN AGAIN… TOURISTS PAY A LOT OF MONEY. BETTER GIVE THEM WHAT THEY WANT NATIONAL PARKS SERVICE!”

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