The Light in the Road
For those who appreciate a souvenir that looks like a souvenir, this magnet of the sign that welcomes visitors to the White Sands Monument to be just the ticket. This souvenir from United States is particularly interesting because it sets the mood or context for this popular American landmark. In part, this is thanks to the human elements such as the road, which welcomes notions of traveling with family or friends to become better acquainted with the world's majesty.
You also get to admire the vegetation that calls a place like White Sands home and consequently gives it character and definition. This extends to the lighting that can be found in this magnet as it is intriguingly white and seems to connote a certain unmistakable sense of wonder and far-flung charm.
The Monument in Focus
White Sands became a monument in 1933 when President Hoover declared it as such following the Antiquities Act's proclamations. The park became a popular spot that received visitors all over the, year. Most importantly, the number of visitors grew exponentially as the word was out there, in the rest of United States and in the world, that this site was worth visiting for many reasons. In average, more than 500, 000 travelers visit the park annually.
The park is a site chosen by scientists to conduct research in different areas such as ecology, climate, geography and archeology. One of the parks's mysteries it the gypsum crystals of the dunes. Apparently, this crystals are not known to exist in huge quantities as they are eassily dissolved in water. This is a matter that has received serious attention by chemists who have conducted long time research in the area. If interested in White Sands, this is a great travel souvenir to take back home.