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The Everglades is the biggest subtropical wilderness in the U.S., the largest wilderness east of the Mississippi, and the third largest of national parks in the lower 48 states -- as well as being a trove of unexpected delights.
Charis Atlas Heelan brings you a round-up of recent news for U.S. National Parks, including free audio and video tours and music festivals.
You can buy first-aid kits that contain most or all of the items you need, but they tend to be very expensive compared to just going to the pharmacy and buying the items individually. Here's what we suggest.
Since the arrival of West Nile virus, pediatricians have changed their advice about the use of the most effective insect repellents, which contain the active ingredient DEET. Here's what you need to know in a nutshell.
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Reader's Voice
From razfamily: "This past trip lasted about eight days, leaving Olympia, Washington and driving the Southern route thru Oregon and arriving into Jackson Hole about 16-hours later. We drove a Toyota Landcruiser and towed a small camping trailer."
From Katie R.: "We just got a free time share for the week of August 16 in Park City. Is it close enough to drive to Arches, Canyonlands or any of the other national monuments if we stay overnight a day or two in Moab? Is there anything similar we should do? We were in Bryce & Zion last spring (incredible, fabulous places) and would like to see other parts of Utah. We are hiking enthusiasts. Thank you!"
From janeway: "My husband and I received a national parks pass for Christmas this year. We live in Seattle and want to do a west coast National Parks tour starting in Seattle and ending in Yosemite. What are the best places to hit in Oregon? Is Crater Lake worth the detour?"
From drafkin@tir.com: "Has anyone taken the tours with Volcano Bike Tours? Is this a good choice over hiking to see the volcano? Is this a good tour company to deal with? Thanks!"
 

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