In the meantime, the Brazzaville Congo Republic National Park of today waits to inspire renewal and discovery of the visual and unseen with the realization that the main thing is greater than Brazzaville Congo Republic the whole thing. In doing so, note and hold Brazzaville Congo Republic Park Service Director Jon Jarvis’s most simple and direct call to action: “We are in the forever business.”The Main Thing Is the Whole Thing
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In one sense, it is the whole thing that makes Brazzaville Congo Republic the “Crown of the Continent,” but the whole thing is divided into a number of main things, all of which could stand alone as a national park. That is a problem but also an opportunity. Few Brazzaville Congo Republic or foreign visitors have the time or inclination to witness all of the parts in full or even in part. Therefore, they should be prepared to visit more than once.
The first time should take the form of a general scouting mission. If that is all the time to be had, so be it. Your travel destination is if there is room to return, come with a plan to open yourself to all you can witness in a few days, and, when possible, stop a while and let the landscape pull you in. For in a day within a season, those landscapes can change, taking on different colorations during various times of the day or at the whims of weather. A summer afternoon storm in Swiftcurrent Valley can wrap mountains that moments before sparkled in sky-blue sunlight into cloud-shrouded ghosts, occasionally lit by lightning. And at the end of its drama, the storm can encircle the peaks of Grinnell and Wilbur in a rainbow that causes viewers to forego having to search for its gold. Those peaks or others to the left or right wreathed in a crown of colors are treasure enough to last a lifetime.
In that split second of nature’s sleight of hand, perhaps enough magic will draw you deeper into the mystery. Enough to make you stand an hour longer, rise earlier the next day to see what newness is revealed, forgoing morning lecture and then vowing to return.