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    Default lifetime access pass

    http://store.usgs.gov/pass/access.html

    I'm heading up to Glacier this summer! I can't wait and thanks to a little research I found that we lupies and anybody else with a permanent disability can get a free lifetime pass that gives us unlimited access to any national park and a lot of other places for FREE! All I needed was a note from my doctor stating that I have a permanent disability, took it to my local office and I got the pass. Check out the above website for more information.

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    That is so cool! I love going out and doing things like camping and hiking (harder to do now) and that says it gives you discounts on camping! Thanks for sharing =)
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    Great info! Thanks for sharing!!!
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    I didn't know this. One of my favorite places here in Maine is Acadia National Park. It's not far, so I spend a lot of time there, and I pay to get in.

    Thank you Ruziska!

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    I'm so excited! I love hiking and national parks! I will check this out! Thanks!

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    This is useful news. We're planning to go see the giant Redwoods in a few weeks. I'll have to see if this will save us some money.
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