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treeswarper
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PostSat Dec 29, 2018 8:16 am 
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Release the cats!  I have no kitty pictures, sorry--allergies.

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PostSat Dec 29, 2018 9:02 am 
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Cool!  I'm gonna take my bobcat hiking.  He's totally under voice control.  The last time I said "stop eating that dog" her eventually did it.
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PostSat Dec 29, 2018 11:11 am 
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Tom wrote:
Or those responding. wink.gif

Best comment on the thread (though  "unleash the hounds" was pretty OK too :-) )

I supposed folks could now hike with  their dogs from the Longmire  gate up toward Paradise so long as they stay on the pavement... Or is the Park telling  folks they can't be on that  road at all?
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PostSat Dec 29, 2018 11:18 am 
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The road to Paradise is closed to all travel, even on foot.  They are still running plows to keep the road open for "essential maintenance". 

Some friends of ours son is a LE (Law Enforcement) ranger at Mt Rainier-- his work schedule and the schedules of other LE rangers at the park hasn't changed, so the shutdown doesn't look like it's a better time to get away with scoffing the NPS rules.
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