Business: Gasoline Gauges Rest on Full

A year after shortages, oil stock tanks are brimming

In Jackson Hole, Wyo., near the entrance to Grand Teton National Park, a major tourist attraction for vacationing motorists, a merchant glanced out the window last week and smiled. "Normally the Winnebagos would be bumper to bumper this time of year," she said. "But this year you can actually find a place to park."

So far 1980 has not become a summer rerun of 1979. Gone are the gas lines and also many of the gas-gulping trailers and campers once favored by vacationers. At Yellowstone National Park the number of visitors arriving by bus...

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