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Yosemite National Park DVD

| November 15, 2004
Yosemite National Park DVD

If you’re sitting in your office or your home longing for the beauty of Yosemite or the great outdoors but the family vacation isn’t for another 5 months yet (or if you’re looking to get a really cool gift for someone) then this DVD should be just enough to wet your appetite. Yosemite National Park […]

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Removal of Hetch Hetchy Dam to Be Studied by Lawmakers

| November 12, 2004
Removal of Hetch Hetchy Dam to Be Studied by Lawmakers

L.A. Times (registration required): “Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s resources secretary has directed his agency to study possible restoration of the Hetch Hetchy Valley in Yosemite National Park, giving an unexpected official boost to the controversial idea of dismantling the dam that has been integral to the Bay Area’s water supply for more than 80 years. Mike […]

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Judge Gives “Go-Ahead” for Yosemite Utility Project

| November 10, 2004
Judge Gives "Go-Ahead" for Yosemite Utility Project

Modbee.com: “A judge who stopped the rebuilding of Yosemite Valley utilities in July has given the green light to a large piece of the project. U.S. District Judge Anthony W. Ishii decided to allow construction of a major utilities corridor for sewage, telephone and electricity lines between Curry Village and Yosemite Lodge in Yosemite National […]

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The Complete Guide to Yosemite

| November 10, 2004
The Complete Guide to Yosemite

Packed full of facts and information, The Complete Guide to Yosemite National Park is essential for the first time visitor to Yosemite. This book has long held a place in my personal library and is one of the first books I recommend to someone visiting the park for the first time. The book has tons […]

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Weekly Weather Outlook Nov. 8 – Nov. 14 2004

| November 8, 2004
Weekly Weather Outlook Nov. 8 - Nov. 14 2004

Weekly Weather Outlook for the week of November 8, 2004 through November 14, 2004. Monday: Cloudy with showers. Chance of snow above 7,000ft. Tuesday: Partly cloudy. Expected Highs: mid 50’s. Lows: Upper 30’s. Wednesday: Rain is expected in the lower elevations with snow about 8,000 ft and down to 7,500 ft during the night. Expected […]

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Two Bear Cubs: A Miwok Legend

| November 4, 2004
Two Bear Cubs: A Miwok Legend

The San Souci’s are well known in the childrens literature circles for their wonderful stories and colorful, vibrant artwork that really bring stories to life. Two Bear Cubs is an adaptation of a Southern Sierra Miwok legend as to the creation of El Capitan (Tu-tok-a-nu-la). In the book two bear cubs stray from their mother […]

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Snowshoe Trails of Yosemite and the High Sierra

| November 4, 2004
Snowshoe Trails of Yosemite and the High Sierra

Book Description: “Yosemite is one of the great natural wonders of the world but much of it has been relatively inaccessible when snow covers the ground. Now, author Michael C. White opens up a whole world of possibilities. For those folks willing to travel under their own power, a new playground exists. Like his best-selling […]

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Weekend Weather Forecast

| November 3, 2004
Weekend Weather Forecast

Friday: Partly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow. Expect to find snow on 120 and 41 around 5500 feet. Saturday: Partly cloudy. Sunday: Partly cloudy. Be sure to check the weather before heading out as conditions can change very quickly in the mountains during the winter months. Always carry chains.

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Yosemite Weather Warning

| November 3, 2004
Yosemite Weather Warning

Snow Advisory From 9 Pm Tonight Until 9 Am Thursday

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Columbia State Historic Park: Hidden Jewel of the Gold Country

| November 3, 2004
Columbia State Historic Park: Hidden Jewel of the Gold Country

Just a little north of Yosemite, tucked among the picturesque and historic foothills lies one of California’s hidden gems, Columbia State Historic Park. Once known as the “Gem of the South Mines”, Columbia is a town frozen in time. Columbia provides a first-hand look into life into California at the peak of the gold rush […]

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