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Kid writes apology letter to Yosemite National Park

Published On: Mar 11 2013 10:38:16 AM CDT
Updated On: Mar 01 2013 03:38:57 PM CST
Junior Ranger Yosemite letter

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A park ranger at Yosemite National Park turned to the internet to share a heartwarming letter from one honest junior ranger.

In the letter, a young girl named Evie admits that she accidentally brought home two sticks from her time as a junior ranger in the park. The two sticks were taped to the bottom of the letter which read, “I know I’m not supposed to take things from the park, so I am sending them back. Please put them in nature,” Evie writes.

Evie’s letter quickly went viral and was a popular post on Reddit and on Yosemite National Park's official Facebook page.

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