Best of 2017 #FINDYOURPARK Photo Challenge

by | Dec 31, 2017 | National Parks and Public Lands

To celebrate the end of 2017, Nature Tech Family hosted a special Best of 2017 #FindYourPark photo challenge. This time around, the photo challenge showcased our favorite memories from our national parks and public lands. While I participated solely on Twitter, others also participated on Instagram. These photo challenges are one of my favorite things about the #ParkChat community and I encourage you to join us online if you are interested in parks and public lands.

Day 1 – “Farthest Away Moment”

 

Day 2 – “Water or Sand Moment”

 

Day 3 – “Coldest or Hottest Moment”

 

Day 4 – “Moment of Celebration”

 

Day 5 – “Highest Moment”

 

Day 6 – “Most Unique Moment”

 

Day 7 – “Best Animal Moment”

 

Day 8 – “Closest Moment to Home”

I totally included the wrong day of the challenge in this post. Doh!

Day 9 – “A Family Moment”

 

Day 10 – “Very Best Moment of 2017”

 

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Explore More Photo Challenge Summaries

If you enjoyed this Best of 2017 #FindYourPark Photo Challenge summary, view my previous photo challenge summary posts:

Capturing My American
Reasons I’m Thankful For Our Parks
National Park Week 2017
National Park Service 101st Birthday Week

Get Social About Your Parks and Public Lands

Be sure to check out the #FindYourPark hashtag on Twitter and Instagram. There is a ton of inspiration for future visits and great people sharing stories and travel advice. Also, if you are on Twitter, be sure to join #ParkChat on Wednesdays at 9:00 p.m. Eastern. If you’ve never participated in a Twitter chat or don’t know about them, please read this post to learn more.

By Sara Beth

Sara Beth is a wanderlust soul who is focused on simplistic and mindful living. She is passionate about National Parks, road trips, and board games. Her early years were spent in the Driftless Area of Wisconsin. After graduating from university, she moved to Las Vegas, fell in love, and adopted a dog. Today, she lives with her husband and their dog in the suburbs of Washington, DC.

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    Very jealous of your bear sighting at Shenandoah! I’ve seen them around the area up there but never actually in the park. What a treat to get to see the cubs!

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    • Sara Beth

      Hey Terra! The cubs sure were a treat! I’ve been told there are more bear per square mile in Shenandoah National Park than any other in NP in the lower-48. Honestly, you wouldn’t know it from the experiences of most visitors! We visit multiple times a year and have only had 6-7 sightings since we moved here in 2009. Do you follow Larry Brown on Twitter? (https://twitter.com/larrywbrown) – He’s great at finding them, but he hikes a ton to do so! We have had our best luck early in the morning, about an hour or two after sunrise.

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