Young protesters from left, Halle Randall, Adison Milne and Keira Randall, hold a sign to open Lake Mead as they ride in their parents' truck hauling their boat up the Las Vegas Strip protesting the closure of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area on Sunday. Several dozen boaters joined to “peacefully cruise” from Tropicana to Sahara avenues as an expression of their frustrations to Congress with the continual government shutdown causing the closure all national parks including Lake Mead.
Young protesters from left, Halle Randall, Adison Milne and Keira Randall, hold a sign to open Lake Mead as they ride in their parents' truck hauling their boat up the Las Vegas Strip protesting the closure of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area on Sunday. Several dozen boaters joined to “peacefully cruise” from Tropicana to Sahara avenues as an expression of their frustrations to Congress with the continual government shutdown causing the closure all national parks including Lake Mead.
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published Monday, October 7th, 2013
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