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Hiker Missing Presumed Dead After Being Swept Over Falls

| August 2, 2005
Hiker Missing Presumed Dead After Being Swept Over Falls

Union Democrat: “A Yosemite National Park hiker is missing and presumed dead after several people saw him get swept over 317-foot tall Vernal Fall on Saturday. San Francisco-area resident Chintan Chokshi, 24, crossed a safety barrier at the top of the waterfall to wet his face with water from Emerald Pool after hiking the popular […]

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Missing Person: Hyundo Ahn

| August 1, 2005
Missing Person: Hyundo Ahn

The National Park Service is asking for your help in finding missing UC Davis student Hyundo Ahn. Missing Person Hyundo Ahn 25 years old, 5’8” tall, 175 pounds black hair, brown eyes Hyundo Ahn, from South Korea, has been in the USA as a student at U.C. Davis since September of 2004. Before returning to […]

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Half Dome Summit Panorama

| July 30, 2005
Half Dome Summit Panorama

summit panorama Originally uploaded by Genista. Kai Schreiber made a great panorama from the summit of Half Dome. You really have to check this out.

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Looking for some great information on Yosemite?

| July 30, 2005
Looking for some great information on Yosemite?

Have you ever read the Wikipedia page on Yosemite. It’s loaded with interesting and useful information about the park. Here’s an excerpt. Wikipedia: “Yosemite National Park (pronounced “Yo-SEM-it-tee”, IPA [jo??s?m?ti]) is a U.S. national park largely in Mariposa County, and Tuolumne County, California, United States. The park covers an area of 1,189 mi² (3,081 km²) […]

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Lynn Hill: Climbing the West Face of The Leaning Tower with Katie Brown

| July 30, 2005
Lynn Hill: Climbing the West Face of The Leaning Tower with Katie Brown

Here’s an excellent story from Lynn Hill’s blog you’re going to have to read. Lynn: Getting to the base of the Leaning Tower involved a one-hour hike uphill through large boulders, a thick pine forest with voracious mosquitoes, then along the base of the wall, and finally, across a third class ledge system leading out […]

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Backpack The High Country In Style

| July 29, 2005
Backpack The High Country In Style

Since the Yosemite High Sierra Camps are closed this year I found a way you can enjoy the beauty of the Yosemite backcountry even if you’ve never backpacked before, REI Adventures. REI: Have you always wanted to feel comfortable traveling and camping in the backcountry? This is the course for you! Learn the basics of […]

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Bear Activity

| July 29, 2005
Bear Activity

Numerous sow’s with cubs have been sighted throughout the valley. They spend time in all the campgrounds and in more natural habitat. Please leave them plenty of space and never come between a mother and cub as this is potentially dangerous. They have obtained food from visitors that left their food out. Please remember to […]

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No New Clues In Search For Missing Backpacker

| July 29, 2005
No New Clues In Search For Missing Backpacker

Union Democrat: The search for a South Korean hiker missing in Yosemite National Park was scaled back yesterday because no new clues have been found. The search for Hyundo Ahn, 25, began on Monday and included two helicopters and 50 park employees on foot and horseback, said Scott Gediman, a Yosemite National Park spokesman. Park […]

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The Modesto Bee lists Yosemite Blog

| July 28, 2005
The Modesto Bee lists Yosemite Blog

The Modesto Bee has listed Yosemite Blog as one of their community bloggers. Thank you! Technorati Tags: blogging

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Yosemite Flood

| July 28, 2005
Yosemite Flood

Yosemite Flood ~ June 2005 Originally uploaded by Bridgetx3. Here’s a great photo of the flood water in the Valley. Bridget posted the photo taken by her sister Natalie who lives in the Valley with her son. Great shot.

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