Martin Luther King Day is always a busy one in the National Parks, which offer free admission on this holiday. That includes the Muir Woods in Marin County, which always draws a crowd. Even more so on this day.I took this photo on MLK Day a couple of years ago. The look on that NPS ranger's face tells a story of dealing with humanity cramming into paradise.
Martin Luther King Day is always a busy one in the National Parks, which offer free admission on this holiday. That includes the Muir Woods in Marin County, where 3,000 visitors were expected Monday.They will try to squeeze into busses and 232 parking spaces.
State Fish and Wildlife bypassed ocean for these fish to get the numbers up. This adult male was a couple of inches long when removed in Summer 2015. #abc7now #muirbeach #marin pic.twitter.com/96u6EXjqOs — Wayne Freedman (@WayneFreedman) January 12, 2018Nice handoff! Some 200 of the fish arrived by truck from hatchery in Geyserville. This is a homecoming for them.
@NapaPD now says that one suspect is responsible for both shootings this a.m. Police say the suspect shot #2, an elderly man, when he found the suspect in a park & asked why he was doing peering over a fence. Shot in chest. Drove home. Collapsed in driveway. #abc7nowhttps://t.co/tzf0asP86p
@NapaPD has suspect in custody. Working to confirm that shootings are related. Second victim is a 60-70 year-old man shot in chest. Condition unknown. Witness tailed suspect through neighborhood. Police say he has 9mm handgun when arrested. #abc7now#napahttps://t.co/qnG0C21PEl
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