Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

PHOTO: Cleanup king at Storm King Ranger Station

Clay Murdach, a maintenance mechanic with Olympic National Park, picks up trash in the parking lot near the Storm King Ranger Station at Lake Crescent on Wednesday.

Murdach said that the park was in relatively clean condition after the recent 35-day shutdown of the federal government, which affected the National Park Service, but that cleanup of downed tree branches from December’s windstorms could take considerably longer to clear.

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