The Government is on Shutdown, but You Can Still Ride


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Conrad Meadows, near Naches, Wash., is still accessible despite the current federal government shutdown.

Photo: Daniel Chappel

Yesterday, in case you didn’t know, was Yosemite’s birthday. She’s (and yes, I said she) turned 123 years young yesterday. For her birthday, our federal government has given her–and every other park like her–a vacation due to the current government shutdown. But where does this pertain to, exactly? Finding that out was a little bit of an Easter egg hunt–the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) and National Parks Service (NPS) websites are currently down

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