Sunday, March 11, 2012

Samuel P. Taylor State Park

Attention à tous! Pour vous qui aimez les parc nationaux, beaucoup de parcs qui devaient fermer en 2012 pour raison de budget sont encore ouvert comme le Samuel P. Taylor State Park. Un 8$ vous amène à voir un par qui fait partie des joyaux de la Californie.


Oye! Oye! For those of you who love national parks, many parks were due to close in 2012 because of lack of funding. One of those, Samuel P. Taylor State Park will remain opened. A mere $8 will get you to see this beautiful California park.


Vale ♥ said...

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PAPS said...

Are you serious. Do they actually close parks because of lack of funding? It is the first time I hear a such thing. Doesnt the state fund it?

Nathalie St-Pierre Roths said...

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Nathalie St-Pierre Roths said...


Yes, the park situation has been critical since a long time. It has been a voting proposition too but people are cheap and would rather have the government to pay to keep those parks open. We have a similar situation with the libraries but many volunteers came forward to keep them opened. I hope the same will go with the park situation. The government waste too much money in other department (such as war and army) in my own opinion...

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Stylist Steph said...

So beautiful!!!

Nathalie St-Pierre Roths said...


Thank you for your nice comment. I am following your blog now. Hope you will do the same. Have fun in Chicago! :-)


Nathalie St-Pierre Roths said...


Yes, we have beautiful parks here in CA.


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