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The institute staff points out that there are some important changes to the permit process in 2015. At time of purchase, you must now print your permits, fill in climbers name on each permit, and bring them with you to the trailhead.
The Amtrak Cascades train service between Portland and Seattle is rightly a popular way to get between the big cities. Upstart Bolt Bus may be cheaper, but riding the train will always have a bit more cachet than boarding a bus.
Ohio should create more camp sites for RV’s and motor homes in state parks, and dump 29 less profitable cabins, a new performance audit by state Auditor Dave Yost recommends. The changes could generate more than $3.3 million in average annual returns and $3.8 million in one-time cost avoidance, says the audit, one of a series conducted at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.