SEASHORE: Equestrians parking at the Bear Valley Visitor Center two weeks ago discovered their usual lot, above, was being used for overflow parking. They spoke out, and signage was changed.   David Briggs

Cars overflowing into a parking lot reserved for horse trailers at the Point Reyes National Seashore’s Bear Valley Visitor Center irked equestrians on Sunday, when they noticed that a sign reading “No Auto Parking” had been replaced—without warning—by a sign that allowed overflow parking. By noon, cars had packed closely together with horse trailers, posing a . . .

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