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Spring Tradition

When the Glacier Point road opens we head for the Panorama Trail to Nevada Fall or Ostrander Lake. I settled down with a lunch and novel at 4.2 miles to wait while my hiking buddies covered 6 miles and went to Nevada Fall. And if my physical therapists Joy and Suzi are reading this, I didn’t carry a heavy pack, ...

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Table Top Today

First hike for me in a couple months, today, and a nice one, 8+ miles up to Table Top to see the Vernal Pools. There is lots of water up there, some good flowers, but we think the best vernal pool flowers will be in a couple weeks. Here are a few pics. -Keith

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Sue Langley

Like many people, I got my passion for gardening from working and playing in my mother’s garden where she taught me the names of the plants. I received an education in art, design and photography in Southern California and had a long career as a wedding photographer there. In 2000, ‘Tractor Man’ and I surprised ourselves and bought property in ...

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Keith Sauer

Keith Sauer is a retired California State University, Fresno professor (B.A. and M.A., University of California, Berkeley in Spanish Literature, and Ph.D. University of Washington in Romance Linguistics), who lives with his wife Pat in North Fork California, from where he roams the Sierra Nevada with his Nikon as he has been doing since the two started backpacking in Yosemite ...

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Crewel

Crewel Gennifer Albin2012●●●●● A Definite Must read!○○○○ Really good. You should read it!○○○ It was okay, I finished it. Something was missing.○○ Read if you’ve already read the cereal box, twice.○ Time I’ll never get back. Probably didn’t finish it. Wow! Gennifer Albin is a master at world building. Weaving in fantasty, sci-fi, adventure, and romance she has created a ...

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Amy Duke

  My name is Amy Duke and I’ve lived in the mountain area since I was four years old. I’ve always loved plants and gardening, but it didn’t become the obsession which slowly graduated into a calling, until about ten years ago when I quit my office job, and went to work at the nursery, because someone asked me what ...

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