Month: July 2006

140 Opens To Limited Use

Highway 140 which has been blocked for several weeks due to a HUGE rockslide, is opening temporarily to visitors

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Falling Rocks

NPS: “Two small to medium-sized rockfalls occurred in Yosemite Valley on Thursday, July 27. The first occurred at approximately

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Take A Look At This

Wow! You’ve got to go over to Dan’s Outside and check out this beautiful shot of Tuolumne Meadows. Fantastic!

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Looking for You

I’m going public with something I’ve told very few people, I’m going back to college to finish my degree

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That Time of the Month

It’s the end of the month and you know what that means. It’s time to send me your ideas

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Fires Continue To Burn In Yosemite

NPS: Fire officials are continuing to monitor several lightening-caused fires in Yosemite National Park. Approximately nine fires are currently

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Thunder and Lighting Means ‘Play It Safe’

Thunderstorms are a part of daily life in the Sierra especially as you make your way to higher elevations

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More Bear Activity and A Warning About Proper Food Storage

Here’s the most recent Bear Activity Report from the NPS. Once again please keep an eye on your food

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Look out! There’s a bear over there

Watch your food when hiking the Mist Trail. There’s a bear that is coming very close to humans seeking

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Rock Climbing in Yosemite (Google Video)

Dane sent me this great video he found over at Google Video. Here’s the synopsis. Imagine facing a granite

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