Monthly Archives: June 2011

Hiking in Yosemite Valley

Tuesday’s hike with Adam was an 18 mile trek: across the Valley via Swinging Bridge, up the Four Mile trail to Glacier Point, up (and down) Sentinel Dome, then down the Panorama trail to the Mist trail to the Valley … Continue reading

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Playing wildlife technician…

I got invited to go out on the wildlife bear rove a couple of nights ago (same night as Margarita Monday was happening at the Ranger’s Club as it were). Jeffrey and I went out at 7PM and monitored/tracked bears … Continue reading

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Midnight Meanderings

I wish that I could describe the brilliance of the acceptance of the fact that my need for solitude dwarfs my need for sleep and acting upon that. What compares to biking out to Cook’s Meadow to┬álay in the middle … Continue reading

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Eppley

I finally started my first Eppley course last night after work. It’s Introduction to Interpretation. Awesome stuff. There are a couple of courses that I’m lined up to take to be able to qualify for the Yosemite Interp positions for … Continue reading

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Solitude in the Chaos

My world has been so busy of late that I was starting to get a little numb to the beauty of this wonderful place that I live. Working six days I week I feel like I’m becoming a park expert. … Continue reading

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Busy Bears

I’ve neglected posting any updates recently. My only excuse is that I’ve been busy. Oh and that I lost my work keys (still working on resolving that one, but until I locate them, internet is doubly difficult to come by). … Continue reading

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Yosemite Naturalists Club

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