Monday, November 4, 2019

Little girl could be a future park-ranger.

Park rangers are praising an anonymous little girl for being an excellent role model for park preservation, after she returned a heart-shaped stone she had taken during a visit. According to a post from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Facebook page, rangers received a tiny package without any return address form a youngster who identified herself only as Karina.

"Dear Park Ranger," she wrote, "Deep Creek was awesome! I loved it so much I wanted to have a souvenir to come home with me, so I took a rock. I'm sorry, and I want to return it. Also, here's a donation!" Not only did she return the stone, but she also included a drawing of the park, as a bonus.

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