An America the Beautiful lifetime senior pass is shown at Bull Dog Caynon in the Tonto National Forest in Fort McDowell, Ariz. People ages 62 and up are snapping up so many lifetime passes – good for national parks and other federal recreation sites – that government agencies have started a rain check policy.
An America the Beautiful lifetime senior pass is shown at Bull Dog Caynon in the Tonto National Forest in Fort McDowell, Ariz. People ages 62 and up are snapping up so many lifetime passes – good for national parks and other federal recreation sites – that government agencies have started a rain check policy. Matt York AP
An America the Beautiful lifetime senior pass is shown at Bull Dog Caynon in the Tonto National Forest in Fort McDowell, Ariz. People ages 62 and up are snapping up so many lifetime passes – good for national parks and other federal recreation sites – that government agencies have started a rain check policy. Matt York AP

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