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It seems to me as if the methods taken to this point have certainly achieved the goal of public awareness. The Smokies Managers did a great job of suppressing this fee implementation so I too, am curious, malabarista, what are you talking about.A couple that spends two nights in the backcountry will end up spending almost as much as someone who pulls into a car campground with sewer service, toilets etc. All the National Park service has to do is collect fees from the taxpayers.This land was given to the NPS and a bunch of bureaucrats who have no roots here, in collusion with guide services that also stand to profit from this ponzi scheme are burdening the future generations of park users. That 4 dollar fee will be 40$ in short time. It is a foot in the door for fees. They already started charging to see fireflies after they got the go ahead for this backcountry tax.
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