- Editor’s note: This virus is estimated to be more than 97% survivable.
- Go outside, enjoy our Summer weather and sunshine this week.
- In the beautiful Pacific Northwest, we can social distance to our heart’s content out in the fresh air.
- Dust off the books on your nightstand you have been meaning to read.
- Learn to Skype, Facetime with your grand-kids and family.
- Do something new and mind-expanding in your own home.
- Share a family carry-out dinner in the park from a Yelm restaurant!
- The joy of a Summer in Yelm tomorrow!
+ From the Nisqually Valley News:
“The Parks’ “free days” are days when the public can visit any state park without having to purchase a pass or Discover Pass. Though they are subject to change, the remaining dates for State Parks “free days” in 2020 are as followed:
• Aug. 25 — National Park Service 104th Birthday
• Sept. 13 — Make-up Spring Day and Girls Scouts Love State Parks Weekend
• Sept. 26 — National Public Lands Day
• Oct. 10 — World Mental Health Day
• Nov. 11 — Veterans Day
• Nov. 27 — Autumn Day
“‘Free days’ only apply to day-use facilities, and do not apply to overnight stays or rental facilities, according to State Parks,” by the Nisqaully Valley News. Read more