A friend of mine emailed:
A friend of mine sent this to me today while vacationing near White Mountain National Forest in Vermont.
By the way if you want to visit a federal open air sculpture garden that is still open, you can’t go to the national Korean War memorial. But you can to the the front of the U.S. Courthouse in Minneapolis and have your picture taken by the cute little animals sculpted there. So why is that open but not the open air Korean War memorial. Is the sculpture garden in front of the courthouse more necessary? Just a thought.
I’m gonna guess if we organized a “cute little federal animals tour” with a couple hundred people, we’d see barricades.