Kid Apologizes for Taking Two Sticks out of Yosemite National Park

The kid returns the sticks to the park, writes an apology note

By on February 28th, 2013 09:49 GMT

Adorable puppies, kittens, squirrels and whatnot aside, this letter sent by a kid to rangers working with the Yosemite National Park must be the cutest thing I have come across this month.

Apparently, this little girl accidentally took two sticks out of this national park, and felt so bad about her mistake that she decided to send them back and even write an apology note.

Just so you don't have to strain your eyes, here's what the note says:

"Dear park rangers, I am a Yosemite junior ranger. I went to Yosemite recently and accidentally brought home two sticks. I know I'm not supposed to take things from the park, so I am sending them back. Please put them in nature. Thank you, Evie."

Now that these sticks have been returned to the park, rangers and wildlife can rejoice at the thought that all is as it should be.
Kid returns stolen sticks to Yosemite National Park, writes apology note (click to see full image)
   Kid returns stolen sticks to Yosemite National Park, writes apology note (click to see full image)
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