wetbeaverlover wrote:In response to AZHikr4444's reply: I think a lot of the problem is the lack of numbers of Park and Forest service employees vs the HUGE numbers of people flooding into the Southwest. These people are generally pretty overworked and under appreciated. Maybe the person or persons you talked to were stressed out. I know exactly how you feel, it can be frustrating. It also probably doesnt help that the Park and Forest service budgets are being constantly being cut, while the visitors to the wild places are growing in number musch to fast to properly handle. I don't suppose it will get better anytime soon considering that we are devoting resources to the tune of 1/2 trillion dollars and counting to war. Guess our fearless leaders have their priorities.
wetbeaverlover wrote:[b]As for writing tickets at Peralta, if people were not violating parking laws, there would be no need for ticketing them.
davis2001r6 wrote:I can't speak for any other areas but whenever I have called the Backcountry office at the Grand Canyon, I've recieved nothing but good info from friendly people.
2 of the 3 times I've parked at a trail with an automatic (non-manned) parking machine it did not work. The first time I paid but it wouldn't print a receipt. The second time the machine wasn't working all together and recieved a ticket.
Matt Hoffman wrote:Whatever happened to just going out and being prepared for whatever nature might bring
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