Tuolumne County Supervisors are asking Stanislaus National Forest officials to think twice before cutting some services and removing some campgrounds and restrooms that are popular with visitors to Yosemite. UnionDemocrat.com: “To save money and more efficiently manage its 89 developed sites, forest officials have proposed reducing the season of operation at some sites, like the [...]
Archive for October, 2007
I look through hundreds of photos each day to pick a Photo of the Day but the minute I saw the clouds in Neil’s shot I knew this was the one I’d been looking for. Awesome shot Neil. Very well done. Photo by Neil Kronberg via Flickr.
You probably haven’t put much thought into it but if you’re looking to beat the crowds and get the best campsites next spring now is the time to start planning. Most campgrounds begin taking reservations up to 6 months in advance. Below is a chart showing which month you should make reservations in for the [...]
CBS 13′s John Iander went to Yosemite not to see the mountains or the beautiful waterfalls, but to take a look at the air. In this interesting report Iander took a look at what researchers at UC Davis are learning from the air in Yosemite. CBS 13: “Since 1985, air samples from over 170 major [...]
If you’ve ever hiked the Pacific Crest Trail out of Yosemite and up to Tahoe then you’ve likely been to the Kennedy Meadows Lodge and store. Unfortunately pictures and memories are all anyone has left after theywere destroyed by a fire early Monday that was believed to have started in a woodstove’s flue. LA Times: [...]
Well it’s that time again. Time for the old poll to go away and a new poll to take its place. This months question is: Where is your favorite place to stay in Yosemite? Possible answers are: In my tent, In my RV/camp trailer, Yosemite Lodge, Ahwahnee, Wawona Inn, Curry Village, High Sierra Camp, Tuolumne [...]