What does a govt shutdown mean for access to NF and NP?

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Re: What does a govt shutdown mean for access to NF and NP?

Post by rlown » Tue Oct 15, 2013 5:58 pm

evidently, it's about unaffordable healthcare shutting down the govt. :( And that parts of the govt should have never been shut down, other than the NSA and secret service.








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Re: What does a govt shutdown mean for access to NF and NP?

Post by maverick » Tue Oct 15, 2013 7:15 pm

Some here still insist on continuing outside the scope of this OP's thread and what
this particular forum is meant for, "backpacking related" issues, it is now locked.
If you care to discuss the ramification of the lockdowns, political or economical
ramifications on the NP or NF, than please open a new thread in the "Campfire"
forum for further discussions. Thank you.
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