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billcoe

Woot! Public service announcement Re: park passes

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For now, olde farts 62 and older can buy a lifetime pass to national forest and parks for $10 (plus $10 shipping and handling if you internet buy it). I have mine coming right now! It's official, I'm old. My wife didn't know this and bought a year pass for $80 bucks when we went to Toulemne in August. Some recent Beacon Rock Ujahn celebratory blab:

 

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Thanks, will put on my aging bucket list:

 

50: AARP

60: me, yay so far

62: Discounted parks and forest pass

62: First opportunity at social security

65: Medicare

87: Life expectancy now reduced by years of doing what I want so will take what I get.

93: Live to Fred's current age if really lucky.

 

ageless: ability to climb within my abilities and be happy.

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