7 On Your Side
First day of summer bring free park day
Yosemite fall is running with more weather than it has in decades. A high water year is making this a spectacular sight. So, you can go see it for free.
The National Park Service is celebrating the first day of summer on Tuesday, June 21, by allowing everyone into every park, for free. The usual fee is $20 per car.
So since Yosemite is so close, and this year is so spectacular, you really should take them up on it.
yosemite, 7 on your side, michael finney
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