Majesty Endures

Then and Now: Wyoming's Majesty Endures

Majesty Endures

To most, 100 years is more than a lifetime. It’s 100 birthdays. It’s 36,500 sunrises and sunsets. A grand total of 876,000 hours. In short, it’s something worth commemorating. This year, the National Park Service is celebrating its own triple-digit birthday. And for Wyoming – home of Yellowstone (the very first National Park), the Grand Tetons, 25 National Historic Landmarks and 11 nationally recognized recreation areas, trails and monuments – this centennial brings a special opportunity for reflection.

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Now, it’s your turn.

We’ve shared some of our then-and-now photos. It’s time to show us some of yours. Did you visit the Tetons as a little tike and recreate a photo with your own kids in tow? Maybe you have a yearly Wyoming tradition you’ve documented with photos. We’d love the see them all. Just share them on our Facebook page or on Twitter and Instagram with the hastag #WYMajestyEndures so you can join in the fun and we can join in your adventures.

Follow along with all of this year’s centennial events and initiatives throughout the nation by checking out the hashtag #FindYourPark.

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