I’m afraid I exported to a .pdf and fixed everything in Freehand — closest commercial equivalent to that would be Serif’s Affinity Designer. Fixing things such as this in Freehand is quick and easy since it actually has a Graphics Find and Replace feature which allows one to search for paths which meet certain criteria and apply changes.
I’ve argued that it should be used as a model for features for Carbide Create, since its shortcuts are pretty much a part of how I draw (I’ve learned how to use pretty much every vector drawing program from CricketDraw, CorelDraw v1.21, AI v3.2, and everything since including Canvas, FutureWave SmartSketch (the PenPoint version was especially nice), Flash (which grew out of SmartSketch), Cenon, Inkscape, &c., but nothing is as fast and efficient as Freehand. I could retire if I had a nickel for every time I’ve asked a user of another program how to do a task faster, shown them how I was doing it, and they said, “Oh, I didn’t know it could be done that way — that’s faster than I do it.”
Here’s the .c2d:
NationalParkServiceLogo.zip (827.8 KB)
I’ll try to find the time to re-do it in Inkscape and write it up step-by-step.