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Almost every time a friend send me a link I have a pretty good idea of what I am going to see when you see how the site is for. In this case I saw the link was for Yellow Stone National Park and it took me off guard since I had a hard time imagining what was so great about a site for a nation park but when I clicked the link I was really impressed and surprised. The most obvious surprise comes in the form of the site design which is very well done and creates a memorable visual design. The content is surprisingly rich and deep for a tourism site. The podcast section is especially rich with some of the Podcasts running nearly an hour and a half. The blend of solid design, good content and the unexpectedly progressive site strategy make the site a success.

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