Originally Published: October 30, 2017 6 a.m.
Regarding - US considers higher entry fees at 17 popular national parks
Let’s see, Congress started parks in 1872, here we are 145 years later ... the government has had 145 years of fees with interest to keep parks up to date. Hmm. If they can’t do it in over a 100 years ... I say fire them. So now their fix is to raise the fee more than 100 percent, so they can bring the parks up to par. Makes me ill to think about it, I wonder what our forefathers would think of our great management.
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