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Archive for October, 2004

Storm creates a mess; Oakdale man missing

Storm creates a mess; Oakdale man missing

October 28, 2004 | Comments (0)

ModBee.com: “Two rock slides sent granite boulders cascading onto Highway 140 outside of Yosemite National Park on Wednesday, blocking the highway for nearly 12 hours. Authorities detoured traffic into and out of the park from 6:30a.m. until about 6 p.m., the California Highway Patrol reported. The slides happened in the River Canyon area, about six [...]

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Mud Slide Temporarily Shuts Down El Portal Entrance

Mud Slide Temporarily Shuts Down El Portal Entrance

October 27, 2004 | Comments (0)

ABC30.com: Mud Slide Shuts Down Highway 140 “In the Mariposa County mountains, a mud and rock slide blocked access to Yosemite National Park. Both lanes of Highway 140 are shut down about 2 1/2 miles west of Cedar Lodge. That’s between Mariposa and El Portal.”

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Stanislaus National Forest to Spray Herbicide Near Yosemite

Stanislaus National Forest to Spray Herbicide Near Yosemite

October 26, 2004 | Comments (0)

San Jose Mercury News: “Stanislaus Forest officials can go ahead with a plan to spray herbicide over nearly 1,200 acres near Yosemite National Park, according to regional U.S. Forest Service officials. The proposal, meant to kill brush that Stanislaus National Forest officials said has taken over an area that burned down 17 years ago, had [...]

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Bracebridge Dinner: A Holiday Feast

Bracebridge Dinner: A Holiday Feast

October 26, 2004 | Comments (0)

IF you’re looking for a taste of 17th century England then the Ahwahnee’s Bracebridge Dinner is for you. The Bracebridge has been a holiday tradition in the park since 1927 and combines romantic, period dress with exceptional food and a good time. The Bracebridge Dinner is a unique Ahwahnee Christmas tradition of grand proportion. Held [...]

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Family Recounts Surviving Deadly Sierra Storm

Family Recounts Surviving Deadly Sierra Storm

October 25, 2004 | Comments (0)

San Jose Mercury News: ‘It just snuck up on us:’ Family tells of surviving Sierra storm “An experienced backpacker, Frank Horath knew to check the weather forecast before leaving on an overnight hike with family members to an alpine lake in the Sierra National Forest. It called for clear weather in the mountains through the [...]

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Yosemite's Famous Haunts

Yosemite’s Famous Haunts

October 25, 2004 | Comments (0)

Modbee.com: Mysteries haunt Yosemite and Groveland hotels “Yosemite National Park has many loyal visitors, but perhaps the most loyal are those of the ghostly variety, many of which are said to have inhabited the historic halls of The Ahwahnee and Wawona Hotel for years. Taking into account their long and sometimes dramatic histories — The [...]

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A Hetch Hetchy Debate Slowly Begins

A Hetch Hetchy Debate Slowly Begins

October 25, 2004 | Comments (0)

Sacbee.com: Editorial – Lines in the sand “(October 25, 2004) An emerging debate on whether to restore Yosemite’s second great valley, Hetch Hetchy, is holding true to the history of this valley and of the Tuolumne River, which runs through it. Proposals to change anything about the river’s water resurrect controversy over water rights, over [...]

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