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Ginger Foust

My family would say that my interest in design began in my early teens when I boldly decided to “redo” a small bathroom in my family home when my parents were away for the weekend. The then trendy blue and purple floral wallpaper of the 60’s beckoned me and my ever-positive mom returned with the reinforcement that urged me on. ...

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San Joaquin River Gorge Basin

This mountain bike and hiking area is just west of the Mammoth Pools on the San Joaquin River. It can be reached by driving south about ten miles on rd. 222 out of North Fork and is about four miles north of Auberry, Ca on rd. 222. There are many miles of trails here mostly rolling singletrack but there is ...

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MySham For The Love Of Dogs

Training dates for 2019 Group Classes  Puppy Socialization/Training Classes and Basic Dog Training Tuesday, Apr. 2 at 6 p.m. for five weeks Tuesday, Sept. 10 at 6 p.m. for five weeks Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 6 p.m. for five weeks Fun Agility Tuesday, June 4 at 6 p.m. for five weeks and other dates pending Call Gail after May 29 ...

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Roadside Color

It took me more than two hours to drive from North Fork to Yosemite Valley today because of all the color along 41/Wawona Road. The mistyweather put some shine on the leaves (but this shot was before the rain).

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Sierra Art Trail: Burning Brush Studio

If you’ve ever watched a “real artist at work,” you know how fascinating it can be to see a creation develop before your very eyes. The quartet of artists showing their creative results in Pastels, Watercolors, Gourds, and Mixed Media during the three-day weekend of Oct. 5-7 will delight those along the Annual Sierra Art Trail tour. This experience is ...

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About Candace Gregory

Candace is sure enjoying her retirement life. Enjoying the outdoors, hiking Yosemite National Park and the surrounding Wilderness areas is one of her favorite things to do. Sometimes her chow hound Sally accompanies her on her adventures. But she finds that she can’t play every day. There are chores to do. Living in the foothills requires some hard work and ...

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Mike Reeves

My name is Mike Reeves and I’ve lived in Yosemite for over two years now. Photography is a great source of enjoyment for me, and I’ve been exploring America’s public lands all my life .I enjoy both film and digital photography, and my cameras range from a newer, high-resolution digital camera to a vintage cherry and brass 4×5 view camera ...

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