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Living the Life of John Muir

| December 23, 2004
Living the Life of John Muir

“As a wilderness explorer, he is renowned for his exciting adventures in California’s Sierra Nevada, among Alaska’s glaciers, and world wide travels in search of nature’s beauty. As a writer, he taught the people of his time and ours the importance of experiencing and protecting our natural heritage. His writings contributed greatly to the creation […]

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Enlightened Images

| December 21, 2004
Enlightened Images

Gary N. Crabbe’s Enlightened Images is one of the best image galleries of Yosemite that I have come across. The images are brilliant, colorful, vibrant, and extraordinary. You’ll definitely want to spend a few minutes browsing his galleries. It’s well worth it.

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Summer flowers and Lake near Tioga Pass

| December 21, 2004
Summer flowers and Lake near Tioga Pass

Awesome Photo. This one is really beautiful. Picture: Summer flowers and Lake near Tioga Pass, late afternoon. Yosemite National Park

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Make Tioga Pass Resort Your Winter Getaway

| December 21, 2004
Make Tioga Pass Resort Your Winter Getaway

Looking for a little adventure this winter? I recommend checking out theTioga Pass Resort. What better way to spend some quality down time than skiing and snowshoeing the Yosemite high country. At the end of the day head back to a nice warm fire and great food at the lodge. Located at 9641 feet elevation, […]

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Weather Forecast Dec. 21st through 25th 2004

| December 21, 2004
Weather Forecast Dec. 21st through 25th 2004

Tuesday: Mostly sunny. Highs at 5000 feet 44 to 54. ..at 8000 feet 47 to 57. Tuesday night: Mostly clear. Lows at 5000 feet 22 to 32. ..at 8000 feet 16 to 26. Wednesday: Mostly sunny. Highs at 5000 feet 43 to 53. ..at 8000 feet 41 to 51. Wednesday night: Clear. Lows at 5000 […]

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National Geographic Travel Guide: Yosemite National Park

| December 21, 2004
National Geographic Travel Guide: Yosemite National Park

Awesome! The National Geographic Travel Guide: Yosemite National Park. Millions of visitors come to Rhode Island-size Yosemite each year, most to the mile-wide (1.6-kilometer-wide) Yosemite Valley, which was cut by the Merced River and then enlarged by glaciers. Huge domes—notably El Capitan and Half Dome—and high peaks close in the valley, which makes up only […]

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Waterfalls Add Life to Yosemite

| December 21, 2004
Waterfalls Add Life to Yosemite

Everyone knows the best time to visit Yosemite to see the waterfalls is in the spring. Don Bain presents a great tour through the Waterfalls of Yosemite with pages on each of the prominent waterfalls found throughout the park. The spectacular scenery of Yosemite would be famous just for its cliffs, forests and meadows, but […]

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Roadside Geology Tour of Yosemite Valley

| December 21, 2004
Roadside Geology Tour of Yosemite Valley

Planning on taking the kids to Yosemite? Here’s a fun roadside tour of the Roadside Geology of Yosemite Valley from my former Geology professor. Good stuff! Impress the wife. 😉

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Digital Camera Resource Page: Yosemite National Park Gallery

| December 21, 2004
Digital Camera Resource Page: Yosemite National Park Gallery

There’s a very interesting collection of photos over at the Digital Camera Resource Page: Yosemite National Park Gallery. All were taken using a Sony DSC-F707 digital camera. Some really great shots.

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Rock climbing and rock protection/anchors

| December 21, 2004
Rock climbing and rock protection/anchors

Ever wonder what a Class 5.3 is? The American Safe Climbing Association has a great page with information on all the Rock Climbing Ratings used today including the Yosemite Decimals System orignally invented by Don Wilson, Royal Robbins, and Chuck Wilts in 1956 and the original Sierra Club rock climbing rating system, dating from the […]

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