Private property can often deny natural beauty to the masses.

Is this the way that we want the world to work?

On the tip of Long Island where you must own a home in the local community to park near the beach.

In upstate NY, most of the shore of the Hudson River is privately owned and vantage points on the river are few and far between.

The national parks system has done a lot in the direction of opening land to the public, but has it been enough?

I can imagine a world where most land is national parks and private property only exists in industrial parks and cities.

The rest would be reserved for anyone to enjoy and travel through temporarily.

^Day 242/90 146 words

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