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April 1, 1991 | KEVIN RODERICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cockeye Johnson's dusty wagon trail through the Sierra Nevada is now a highway to Lake Tahoe beaches and casinos. Miners paid a fee to use the trail a century ago. Today there is talk, serious talk, of collecting fees again. "You pay $5 to get into Yosemite--why not Tahoe?" said Jim DiPeso, a local activist. Encircled by peaks, and carpeted edge to edge with pine and fir forests, the Tahoe basin is beautiful and wild, but it is no park.
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April 1, 1991 | KEVIN RODERICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cockeye Johnson's dusty wagon trail through the Sierra Nevada is now a highway to Lake Tahoe beaches and casinos. Miners paid a fee to use the trail a century ago. Today there is talk, serious talk, of collecting fees again. "You pay $5 to get into Yosemite--why not Tahoe?" said Jim DiPeso, a local activist. Encircled by peaks, and carpeted edge to edge with pine and fir forests, the Tahoe basin is beautiful and wild, but it is no park.
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