By JOHN McCOY
HOLDEN, W.Va. — This wasn’t the way I had envisioned things.
A cold rain spattered the windshield of my car as I pulled out of the Gazette-Mail parking building and steered south toward Logan County. “Not great weather for an elk tour,” I groused.
Since Sept. 8, when the state Parks Section began running what they call “elk-management tours” out of Chief Logan State Park, I’d wanted to go on one — not as a privileged member of the media, but as a regular paying customer.
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