Summertime can bring out the adventurer in those who visit and live in the Washington metropolitan area. And there is no better place to pursue those adventures than in our country's national parks.
Recently, one local Washington television station, WTTG, discovered just that – its special "Summer on the Potomac" series is shining the spotlight on a majestic woodland sanctuary named in honor of the country’s 26th president and his commitment to conservation.
With cameras rolling and reporter in tow, Ranger Sarah Gamble provided a unique inside peak into the beauty and serenity of Theodore Roosevelt Island, a historic natural gem tucked away on the Potomac River in the nation’s capital and a nature lover's dream.
With cameras rolling and television reporter in tow, Gamble gave a special inside peak into the beauty and serenity of the historic island.