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Dumb Activities in National Parks - Part II
Old 07-18-2016, 11:34 AM   #1
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Dumb Activities in National Parks - Part II

A recent thread touched on the issue of the stupid things that people do while visiting our National Parks. Here is someone that has taking the topic and created a satirical coloring book on deaths in Yellowstone Park. Some may find this a bit disgusting, but it just might get through to those who think that think that common sense is checked at the park entrance.

Ranchester man publishes satirical coloring book on Yellowstone deaths | Wyoming News |


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When I was in Yellowstone I bought a book called 1000 ways people have died here and most were stupid. They left out car accidents, etc. A man was gored by a Bison last year when we were there because he got really close to take a pic. Some of the saddest were people letting their kids go off the paths and they fell into the boiling water.

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didn't two people die recently by going into a hot spring?

that place is so close we need to visit....
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