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Archive for July, 2009

@TheYosemiteBlog Twitters for 2009-07-31

@TheYosemiteBlog Twitters for 2009-07-31

July 31, 2009 | Comments (0)

Good morning and thanks for following @TheYosemiteBlog – news and information from YosemiteBlog.com # A fire along the Tuolumne has smoke visible all over the park and has been creating a tall smoke plume. http://bit.ly/CRVrB # Today's forecast is for a temp around 95F and very dry. Possible afternoon thunderstorms. Not what fire crews need […]

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You Gotta Love Huell Howser

You Gotta Love Huell Howser

July 31, 2009 | Comments (0)

This has absolutely NOTHING to do with Yosemite but who doesn’t love Huell Howser? Jacob Soboroff from LAObserved.com happened to be checking out a new state park in downtown L.A. when guess who he happened to see also shooting in the park? You guessed it, none other than Huell himself. Great video.

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Wildcat Fire Location on Google Maps

Wildcat Fire Location on Google Maps

July 31, 2009 | Comments (0)

View Larger Map I know many visitors are curious exactly where the Wildcat Fire is located in Yosemite. It’s currently burning between Pate Valley and Whaterwheel Falls along Return Creek and the Tuolumne River. The maps in Google Maps for the area is pretty good but the photo isn’t that great so here a photo […]

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Lightning Sparks fire Along Tuolumne

Lightning Sparks fire Along Tuolumne

July 30, 2009 | Comments (0)

Union Democrat: A fire in Yosemite National Park’s rugged Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne River, in Tuolumne County, was sparked by lightning Wednesday night. By noon on Thursday, the fire had spread to 303 acres, Yosemite officials said. The fire, dubbed the Wildcat Fire, is burning on the north side of the Tuolumne River, between […]

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Vacation

Vacation

July 30, 2009 | Comments (0)

School will start soon and my wife will be back at work so we’re taking the next couple of days to spend some quality family time together. Posting and twittering will be light but we’ll return to our normal schedule next week. Thanks for reading Yosemite Blog! We appreciate everyone who visits our site and […]

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Morning Shot

Morning Shot

July 28, 2009 | Comments (1)

Digital cameras have done one thing, they’ve made everyone a photographer. Unfortunately, they’re all trying to get the same shot (usually one they saw in a book at Barnes and Noble). Sathish has his own ideas and is not afraid to pursue them. Today’s Morning Shot is a beautiful HDR Sathish made from 5 images […]

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Send Us Your Stuff

Send Us Your Stuff

July 27, 2009 | Comments (0)

Hey all you NPS and DNC employees and not to forget local businesses. Did you see something interesting in the park? Grab a photo of it with your phone? Is your business having a noteworthy event that you would like to tell everyone (yosemite community and visitors alike) about? If you’ve got news we want […]

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Now THAT's Camping

Now THAT’s Camping

July 27, 2009 | Comments (0)

Here’s a TwitPic from Mike Linder (@lindermichael) that was making the rounds this morning. Yes, this is Curry Village. No, not every cabin has it’s own pool or Japanese hanging lanterns.

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Morning Shot July 27 2009 (It's a short week!)

Morning Shot July 27 2009 (It’s a short week!)

July 27, 2009 | Comments (0)

Today’s awesome Morning Shot provided by Ben Metcalfe. Today’s Morning Shot is a beautiful shot of the Tufa at Mono Lake with the Sierra as the back drop. To me it sums up everything I think of when someone mentions Mono Lake. If you’ve never been there, it’s really worth the trip. It’s a couple […]

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Morning Shot July 24 2009

Morning Shot July 24 2009

July 24, 2009 | Comments (0)

Today’s beautiful Morning Shot by Alan Grinberg. Check out Alan’s photos at AlanGrinberg.com Today’s Weather: HOT – but cooler than last week at this time. Highs in the mid-90’s. Overnight lows around 65F. Chance of afternoon and evening thunderstorms. If you’re headed up to the high country expect it to be 10-15 degrees cooler with […]

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