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OutdoorWriter

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Where is that?
It's the backside of the Roosevelt Arch, the entrance to YNP near Gardiner, MT. It holds the 'cornerstone' laid there by Teddy in 1903 to commemorate the country's first national park.

A similar photo of the front side, which is on my broken computer, shows the large, carved-in-stone inscription near the top that reads, " For the Benefit and Enjoyment of the People."
 

Snoopdogg

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It's the backside of the Roosevelt Arch, the entrance to YNP near Gardiner, MT. It holds the 'cornerstone' laid there by Teddy in 1903 to commemorate the country's first national park.

A similar photo of the front side, which is on my broken computer, shows the large, carved-in-stone inscription near the top that reads, " For the Benefit and Enjoyment of the People."
Had no clue. Thanks.
 

Bluehair

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From bluehair’s living room a couple of minutes ago. This is the same deer who had an arrow hanging out of him last year. Someday I will get around to downloading about 4 camera chips, so for now a cell phone pic out a dirty window. Yes, that’s an apple tree.:)
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