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Hiking From Tioga Road to Lukens Lake and White Wolf

They say that the wildflower show around Lukens Lake can be pretty darn nice in early summer. I might have been a bit early but it is hard to imagine a more dramatic display of Shooting Stars in the meadows and along the waterways. Plenty other colorful wildflowers were doing their part to create a beautiful wildflower adventure. Where: Yosemite ...

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June 30th Reports from Visit Yosemite – Madera County

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MADERA COUNTY — Please see the attached PDFs from Visit Yosemite – Madera County for the Daily Conditions Report and for current weather conditions. Daily Conditions Report (PDF) Current Weather Conditions (PDF) Some important reminders from the park service Wawona Road Hazard Tree Removal Beginning Tuesday, July 5, park forestry crews will be working along Wawona Road between Yosemite West ...

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MOTG Presents High Country Chimes and The Soul Galaxy

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MARIPOSA — The Mariposa County Arts Council’s Music on the Green continues free summer concerts this weekend with High Country Chimes on Friday, July 1, and The Soul Galaxy on Saturday, July 2. High Country Chimes are based out of Tuolumne County and embrace California’s acoustic folk revival sound. Featuring a variety of vocals, acoustic guitars and Mariposa’s own, Jared ...

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Tioga Road To The Ella Bloss, Golden Crown Mining Cabins And Claims

Hiking up Yosemite’s Mono Pass Trail, up a trail full of history, up along beautiful mountains still streaked with snow, up to old mining cabins and claims. Almost 150 years have passed since these cabins and mines were built but they are still standing . . . sort of. Where: Yosemite National ParkDistance: 9.07 Miles (About 7.4 Miles without wandering)Difficulty: ...

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Hiking With Fannie to Chilkoot Lake

Just a short hike up to a pretty lake with Fannie the Corgi. We made this hike when the very rare plant named Shuteye Peak faun lily was blooming. Although almost a month has gone by since we did this hike, it will still be a nice, short hike but watch for rattlesnakes and bring your bug spray! Oh, and ...

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Summer’s Here at the Fresno Flats Historic Village and Park

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The Fresno Flats Gazette – Summer 2022 It’s going to be a great summer! We are gearing up for another incredible summer at Fresno Flats. Check out all that is happening and how you can get involved. Events Pioneer Camp: June 21 – 23 Pioneer Camp is on and it’s going to be better than ever. We’re teaming up again with ...

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Banderitas Days Coming to Coulterville Park in July

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COULTERVILLE — A fun new event, celebrating the early days of Coulterville, is taking place the week of July 1st through July 5th! Best of all, it’s FREE!!!! There will be activities taking place from 9:30 a.m. to about 9 p.m. daily, many in the Coulterville Park (see map below) and some around town, particularly a number of movies that ...

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MOTG Presents Yosemite Songwriting Retreat & Scott Patrick

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MARIPOSA — The Mariposa County Arts Council’s Music on the Green continues free summer concerts this weekend with a showcase of talent from the Yosemite Songwriting Retreat on Friday, June 17, and Scott Patrick on Saturday, June 18. Led by local singer/songwriter Gail Dreifus, the Yosemite Songwriting Retreat (YSR) celebrates the craft of songwriting and the art of performing original ...

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How to Install Bathroom Tile Like a Pro

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HOME & GARDEN — Updating the flooring can help infuse new life into tired, outdated bathrooms. For an upscale, polished look that doesn’t have to break the bank, consider installing tile flooring. Before you get started, you’ll want to make some decisions about the look and feel of your flooring: Ceramic or stone? Weigh factors such as porosity, how slippery ...

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8 Power Tips for Job Hunters, Including Recent Grads

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BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY — Finding a professional job after college doesn’t have to be stressful, if you take a systematic approach, according to Micheala Bojorquez-Ford and Patricia Turnbull, two faculty experts on job searching from the Craig School of Business at Fresno State. Bojorquez-Ford and Turnbull offer these tips for successful job hunting. 1. Recognize that finding a job can take ...

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