Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Move to Tuolumne: Short Version

I’ve made it to Tuolumne, moved into housing, and had my first day of work. Internet came up (eventually) yesterday afternoon. No projected date still for phone service. Generators all summer for electricity. It’s cold here. And super different – … Continue reading

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Another Full Moon in Yosemite

One of the most interesting times to be in Yosemite has to be when there’s a full moon. And there was one last night. Since we all know my affinity for lists, here’s one for last night… Topo maps are … Continue reading

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My 100th Yosemite blog post…

I’ve been in Yosemite just over 7 months now. And this is definitely my home. I love it here and can’t imagine living anywhere else – at least not right now. In honor of this being my 100th blog posting … Continue reading

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By special request…

…here’s my granola recipe. I originally got the recipe from a fellow housemate at the Ranger’s Club, Brien. But I’ve highly modified it to make it uniquely mine… there’s a lot of options on this recipe to make it easy … Continue reading

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Programs and Movies and Popcorn and Mosquitoes

I went to a YC evening program the other night. It was Ron Kauk’s movie “Return to Balance: A Climber’s Journey” and Ron was there for a Q&A afterwards. Ron is a local who’s been climbing in the area since … Continue reading

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A List for Yosemite

In my old Vox blog, I used to like making lists. Lots of lists. And in the spirit of that, here’s a Yosemite list of the randomness that is my world… Loving the new Chacos. Still getting used to having … Continue reading

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backpacking picture upload…

It’s been a few days now since my backpacking trip. I had lots of reflective time while I was out in the backcountry (true, I wasn’t that far out, but it was still far enough at the time). It was … Continue reading

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