Guests staying at a lodge in Yellowstone National Park had a helpful idea for how park rangers could have improved their visit.

Why didn't anyone think of that before? (via Imgur)
Why didn't anyone think of that before? (via Imgur)

Here's the text of this gem in case you have trouble reading the handwriting:

Our visit was wonderful but we never saw any bears. Please train your bears to be where guests can see them. This was an expensive trip to not get to see bears.

Whoever wrote this note clearly has a lot to learn about bears, but you have to give them credit for being polite. They made a point to mention how much they enjoyed their visit to Yellowstone, and instead of just leveling criticism at the park's lack of visible bears, they offered a solution. Granted, it's a solution that seems to assume a national park is the same thing as a circus, but hey — at least they're trying.

Sources: the_midgetaur