Friday, November 20, 2015

Black Friday is
historically a day of pushing and shoving and haggling.
It's called
"black," for a reason.
All of that scrambling for stuff makes our souls
just a little bit darker.
Related: My Vacation Inside the Mall of America What if you got a breath
of fresh air instead? That's what one anonymous philanthropist is hoping you
will do.
An unidentified donor has given $50,000 to help keep California's
state parks open and free on the biggest shopping day of the year.
Related: Seriously? This Island Paradise Is Only $40 a Night The donation
was made to the Save the Redwoods League to cover the funds needed to make
park access free.
"We are starting a new tradition for Black Friday," Save the Redwoods
League president Sam Hodder told NBC Bay Area.
"We invite everyone to
experience the moments of joy, renewal and inspiration that you'll find
among our natural wonders, the ancient giant redwoods." Related: We're
Headed for the Worst Travel Season Ever - How to Survive You can go to the
Save the Redwoods website to print out a free parks day pass.
These are some of the participating parks: Andrew Molera State Park
Garrapata State Park Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park Limekiln State Park
Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park Navarro River Redwoods State Park Russian
Gulch State Park Salt Point State Park Sonoma Coast State Park Van Damme
State Park Related: Delta Stops Accepting Pets as Checked Luggage This
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