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Category: Food

Not Like They Used to Be But Much Better

Not Like They Used to Be But Much Better

September 15, 2009 | Comments (0)

The Iron Door Saloon offers real food and fun and is a definite must stop in Groveland. Photo by Alessandro Vernet. Not at all like what you see in the movies, this saloon is actually really cool and definitely a place you’ll want to stop for a bite and a beer on your way through […]

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No More Cases of Norovirus Reported in Yosemite

No More Cases of Norovirus Reported in Yosemite

July 24, 2008 | Comments (0)

No new cases of a norovirus that has been circulating among hikers and backpackers in the Tuolumne Meadows area have been reported since 30 people reported symptoms a week ago. The Modesto Bee: “About 30 people came down with symptoms consistent with the norovirus infection at the Tuolumne Meadows Lodge and High Sierra camps in […]

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Don't Just Drive Through, Stop. You Won't Regret It

Don’t Just Drive Through, Stop. You Won’t Regret It

June 27, 2007 | Comments (0)

A lot of time travelers are so focused on their destination they miss things around them. The little resort community of Groveland just outside Yosemite on Route 120 is one of those things often overlooked. But Groveland has a lot to offer as pointed out in this article in

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Got A Favorite Campfire Recipe? You Could Win $10,000

Got A Favorite Campfire Recipe? You Could Win $10,000

May 1, 2007 | Comments (0)

Listen up all you campfire gourmets. How’d you like to win $10,000 in pocket change and $5,000 for your favorite national park (you’d better answer Yosemite of course). Redwood Creek wines is sponsoring the 2nd annual Campfire Classic recipe contest with a chance to do just that, win $10,000 and $5,000 for your favorite national […]

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How To Brew The Perfect Cup Of Joe On The Trail

How To Brew The Perfect Cup Of Joe On The Trail

December 20, 2004 | Comments (1)

Backpacker: “Because the ingredients and process are so elegantly simple, coffee is one of the few things that tastes every bit as good in the woods as it does in your kitchen. That’s true whether you drip it right into your mug with a paper filter or play backcountry barista with a lightweight grinder and […]

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