Hello, Campfire Talesmen and Taleswomen!
Our last shared post completed a series of five poems depicting the five stages of grief, as represented by National Parks awaiting our return.
Yes, they rhyme.
Denial = Crater Lake
Anger = Lassen Volcanic
Bargaining = Joshua Tree
Depression = Death Valley
Acceptance = Yosemite
The final post, Yosemite, seemed fitting as a possible farewell to this blog, as it also timed perfectly to a number of personal events: a new job, a birthday, a demanding volunteer position, an IRS audit…
So Campfire Tales has been quiet lately. But I missed you! And I have more to say. So I’m back, with more positivity, more trees, more poems (sorry/not sorry?), more “humor,” more??
More of what you want. What do you want?
I want more comments from you! How have you been?
6 thoughts on “Five Stages of National Park Grief”
Good to see this. Missed you too. Good to see you.
Thank you. I am glad to be back!
Miss you too Chad! Always keep writing. Love reading these blogs.
Thank you — it’s great to hear from you too!
Keep it going, it is enjoyable.
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