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Man Pleads Guilty to Killing 4 Lured to Pa. Farm

Man Pleads Guilty to Killing 4 Lured to Pa. Farm



2018-05-16T18:00:21+0000

Philadelphia man pleads guilty to killing four young men and burying their bodies on his family's sprawling suburban farm last July after he lured them under the guise of making marijuana deals. http://nbcbay.com/Ham6gmZ





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Do you remember the first time you pulled up to the entrance station to enter Yosemite? All of the ideas running through your mind of what may be in store during your trip here; the stories you had heard and the experiences you had planned mingling together to form some fantastic vision of what may be to come? Entering Yosemite for the first time can be a memorable experience, and one to treasure.

Even if you encounter traffic on your way in to and out of the park (which you will if you plan to come during peak season), take a moment to appreciate our hard-working entrance station rangers, who welcome over five million people into Yosemite annually, providing cordial, efficient education and introduction to each new face that passes through our gates from dawn to dusk 365 days per year.

Thanks, entrance station rangers! We couldn't do it without you. ...

Do you remember the first time you pulled up to the entrance station to enter Yosemite? All of the ideas running through your mind of what may be in store during your trip here; the stories you had heard and the experiences you had planned mingling together to form some fantastic vision of what may be to come? Entering Yosemite for the first time can be a memorable experience, and one to treasure.

Even if you encounter traffic on your way in to and out of the park (which you will if you plan to come during peak season), take a moment to appreciate our hard-working entrance station rangers, who welcome over five million people into Yosemite annually, providing cordial, efficient education and introduction to each new face that passes through our gates from dawn to dusk 365 days per year. 

Thanks, entrance station rangers! We couldnt do it without you.

 

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I think the best part of my Yosemite experience was that I never saw a single photograph of Yosemite; I was new to the country and fortunately for me, my mom's friend was a doctor and avid naturalist. He loaded us up in his Volkswagen and our introduction to Yosemite arrived. We drove in at night and in the morning, we awoke to the Giants of El Capitan, half dome, the three brothers, sentinel... mesmerizing. I was thinking about this last night actually...how it's rare these days not to see a photograph or video of a place we've never seen before with our own eyes. I'm sure glad I met Yosemite without any expectations or reservations. Marvelous first encounter.

I can't imagine being upset sitting in a line while in Yosemite. There is so much to see, even when sitting motionless in a car. The way the moss hangs on the trunks of some of the trees, the sight of squirrels foraging for food, the motion of the leaves, the small little flowers that you can't see as you zip by.

Remember it very clearly.. it was very early in the morning on a June day, probably 6am. No cars, a few people here or there hiking. Nothing but the sound of the wind blowing into the car and the smell of fresh pine, as my best friend and I drove up Hwy. 41. Driving over Bishop Creek and Grouse Creek, hearing and seeing the faint leftover of snowmelt dropping down the granite walls.

And exiting the tunnel, reaching the Tunnel View area. We both just could not stop saying "oh my God..."

Good memories. We were both 20, our first road trip. So yeah, very awesome memories.

There is a corner as you travel down into Yosemite Valley and when you go around it, Half Dome comes into view like a perfect picture. If you are driving, you might crash - but if you are, it's only for an instant, but it's awesome!

I remember it clearly because as soon as we pulled into the park entrance a beautiful big deer ran out in front of us. It was almost like a welcoming to beautiful nature that awaited us.

I live in the San Joaquin Valley and Yosemite is in our backyard. I don’t remember my first visit but it’s a regular day trip we take and every time is memorable.

I cannot remember my first time, because I am lucky enough to live close and have visited the park countless times throughout my life. However, one of my favorite things is when a friend from out of the area visits, and I get to take them to Yosemite for the first time. No one's ever been disappointed. :-)

I’ll never forgot how I planned my trip to Yosemite.... I did the trail challenges on Fitbit and decided I wanted to go. One night on a whim I booked a trip. I’ll never forgot the black canyon walls on the drive in. It was a teaser for what was about to come! Unforgivable beauty!!! The water falls, the mountains, and wildlife. I’ll never forget my trip! So much I wasn’t able to do in a weeks time. I’ll be back! I left my heart in Yosemite!

I will never forget my first trip. My husband had visited several tines so he made my first trip memorable. It was in the early spring and his family had rented a cabin on the Wawona side. We arrived and then unpacked and my husband drove us into the valley but before we went thru the tunnel he made me close my eyes and after he parked he led my to the overlook and pointed me in the right direction and when I opened my eyes I was amazed are the grandeur. I will never forget that as long as I live.

I've been to Yosemite four times. The first time with my hubby in 1990. He passed away about a year later and each time I've been there since, I get tears in my eyes when I emerge from the tunnel and see the view. It's a very special place in it's own but more special now to me.

The end of April, 1987. Entering the park with my crew, in a van, embarking on a season with a CCC Backcountry Trail Crew. Spent the entire summer living and working at Wawona, Tuolumne Meadows, and Vogelsang. A life changing summer.

The first time I entered Yosemite National Park was with my family in 1964. I was 12 years old and we were living in NY at the time. I don't remember much in the way of traffic. We didn't need advanced reservations and there were plenty of campsites in which to pitch our tent. We could drive our car anywhere in the park, including Mariposa Grove. We drove the family station wagon through the tunnel tree (tree fell in 1969) and watched the Fire Fall from Glacier Point while sitting in Camp Curry. The Fire Fall was discontinued in 1968. Times have sure changed. I'm forever grateful for those unique, unforgettable memories.

The thing that is seared into my memory is the incredible smell - the beautiful, overwhelming scent of pine. I don’t know if I’ll ever experience anything I love more than Yosemite National Park!

I remember that day perfectly, September 2, 2007. I had been there as a toddler, but remember it vaguely. Other than the beauty of the park, it was the smell, especially early in the morning that I love so much. It’s the first place we took our son and the first place we will take our daughter.

We come through from the other side of Tioga pass no one at the gates, real anticipation of what was ahead. WOW mouth dropping open all the way through. Me and hubby come from beautiful New Zealand but Yosemite National Park certainly opened our eyes that there are just as beautiful places around the world as well.

I remember...
I had no idea just how beautiful it would be. I should have, all of our national parks are stunning! Particularly remember eating a picnic lunch of sorts, at a table on the patio of the Majestic Yosemite Lodge (previously known as The Ahwahnee Lodge). A perfect, beautiful fall day 💞

I think I was 11 or 12 years old, 1971or 72 in the back of my dad's Chevy van. It was the most beautiful place I'd ever seen, Then we got into the valley, OMG It felt so peaceful. Everytime I go back I get excited!! I know that the mountains are calling and I must go. Just spent a week there last week as a matter of fact. I'm renewed and refreshed by my visit hiking the trails. Can't wait to get back and do it all over again ❤️🏞️😘

About 10 or so years ago was my first trip to Yosemite. My brother Rod Lamkey and I stayed near Curry Village. I remember both of us being almost hypnotized as we saw Half Dome in the distance. Then, I lived in Chicago. Now, I live about a 2 hour drive away.

Entered south entrance via highway 41 after dark...very slow scary drive in. After arriving to Half Dome Village...so dark it was very difficult to find our cabin. When we woke up in morning and walked out...WOW! Unbelievable beauty surrounding us...with half dome in full view. Our few days there were amazing..hope to return again some day ❤️❤️

Me and my brother Jeff pulled up around midnight, we just HAD to drive in the first day we got there and couldn't wait till the morning. We couldn't see anything but silhouettes and hear the sounds of waterfalls and rushing water. It was the beginning of an amazing week we will never forget, we did it all over the year after with another brother. I hope to come back again soon, it's been too long.

First there in 1974 as an 8 year old if I remember my facts correctly. Stayed in housekeeping and played in the river (late summer and low water). It has never lost it's magic for me. I am still mesmerized each time we pull in. My favorite place on earth. <3

When I first started going to this beautiful part of California, there was only 1 ticket station open. I love going at the end of September/first of October when the colors are oranges, yellows, greens, some purples, etc. Fall Colors !!!

My first trip is unforgettable!!! Just went...no where to stay. Hiked to the top of Yosemite Falls. Stayed in a really basic room in Buck Meadows. All really needed was a roof, shower and food. All was provided. Went back to the Valley the next day. Crazy things you do when you are young. We then went back multiple times and hiked many trails and did the drive over Tioga to 395. Good times...
We were there last June where it snowed the first two days and was 69/70 then following days. Kids woke up to snow covered roofs up in Wawona & Glacier Point. Snow ball fights led to hiking in shorts to Nevada Falls. Yosemite never disappoints!!!

Yes My first time at Yosemite..this last spring. I was anxious to see the park. One of my dreams come true. I remember we luckily received great weather and not full of people. Perfect day.

I remember going with several families including my Grandparents. We all treated them like royalty. They had a queensize bed with sheets stretched out for walls. We all went to see the Firefalls together after dinner. BEAUTIFUL Family memories!!

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San Diego Padres

Series finale vs. Dodgers at 1:10pm today with Christian Villanueva batting cleanup!

Here’s the full lineup: ...

Series finale vs. Dodgers at 1:10pm today with Christian Villanueva batting cleanup! 

Here’s the full lineup:

 

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This is the problem with the padres, the lineup changes like every day, the players need consistency to play more consistent (youd think this would be common sense)... Greene needs to pick with a lineup and just play them.. honestly we are supposed to “compete” by 2020 and we have yet to see our top prospects... also why did we start strahm only for him to go 2 innings?! Lol

Let’s do this Padres!!!

Villanueva would make a great DH hitter. I just don’t trust this guy at 3rd base or any position.

Jankowski
Hosmer
Pirela

Should be our top 3 for the rest of the season. Even when Myers comes back.

#GoPadres #BeatLA

is Cordero hurt? why isnt he playing

Myers come on where are you!!!!???

Terrible decision to bring in Webb in 8th. I was at the game. Very disappointing to se him just give up any chance for us to comeback.

GO PADRES...BEAT L.A.

Go Pads, nail the crybabies!

I'll leave this right here... I wonder where we'd be, "W-L record & injury-wise," without our new, overly-highly-touted, $20-million-per-year - first-baseman. Only our second, high-dollar, first-sacker. That $20 mil, woulda bought a bunch of pitching arms. And not a bunch of stress amongst a young talented team. 🙄😉🤨

Let's go Padres NUMERO uno !!!❤😇

Margots off the lineup . Good he hasn't been producing much

Listo Villa otro HR

53 different lineups this season but go Pads beat the Doyers.

Let's go boys take the series!

Go Padres!!

Uh oh what's wrong with franchy

Go back. Lopez and reyes

# FireGreen&Stairsnow

Go Padres!

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San Diego Padres

‪This day in Padres history: May 27, 1968

The Major League Padres were born 👉 bit.ly/2seFbG3‬ ...

‪This day in Padres history: May 27, 1968

The Major League Padres were born 👉 bit.ly/2seFbG3‬

 

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And the rest, they say, is history...cheers to the greatest franchise in all of sports. They just get it. It's not always about winning, well it kinda is, but when it comes to food and drinks at the ballpark, I dare you to name a better ballpark/team. I'll wait.

Watched them with my dad at Westgate when they were in the PCL, farm team for the Reds (?)

Born in the Naval Hospital in '63,first game in '70.Does anybody remember when it was San Diego Stadium.

Could the league chosen anywhere but dodger stadium for the padres to play on this historic day?

#BBB- BRING BACK THE BROWN!

Sal we all been waiting, you been a great patron of the Padres!!!but the Chargers are a different story!!!

Ohhhhhh Docktor

Fan since 1969

Born in San Diego 1944. Mom used to take me to Lane field, that's way back on the way back machine.

I remember when they played at old Lane field, then Westgate Park.. all when they were still a minor league team in the Pacific Coast League. That was befor Randy Jones and Tony Gwynn. Their Big star was Earl Avrille. And if you hit the ckock with a Homerun you would get A $1,000.00.

Nice you should get a participation trophy for 50
years of futility.

Played an American Legion baseball game at Lane Field, home of minor league Padres in 1956.

I remember the excitement in 68 and 70 very well

Happy Birthday Padres. Win or lose, I have been a fan since May of 68. I was 7 years old then.

I bleed brown and yellow a fan for life, go Padres.

That is a long time without a no hitter.

Felicidades en su 50 Aniversario!!! Por siempre fan de Los Padres!! En las buenas y en las mejores siempre Padre!!

Ryan Gordon, so many good things happened on my bday!

Happy Birthday San Diego Padres. Go Padres!

Still waiting for that 1st WS ring. 🤦🏻‍♂️

And we are still waiting for our Padres to win the World Series. Hopefully in my lifetime.

50 yrs and still no ring, smh when will it be our cities turn to break the curse

Woo hoo! I got you beat by twenty days! 😉

Win or lose, I love the San Diego Padres and proud to be a Padres fan. My only complaint - baseball season goes by too fast !!!

Fan since 1992

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What are some of your favorite sounds of nature? Turn up your volume and you just might hear the sounds of this white-headed woodpecker as it forages for food in the bark of a ponderosa pine. ...

 

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My favorite bird sound I only hear high up in Yosemite and Seqouia. I don't know what kind of bird it is though!

We quite enjoyed listening to a frog on our hike in the Wasatch Mountains today.

Whenever I hear Blue Jays it reminds me of mornings in the valley

Wind blowing between trees and water running down a mountain stream

My favorite sound is the wrestling of quaking aspen leaves

Few days ago in Yosemite Valley 🙂

Oh, I LOVE the cacophony of Stellar blue jays!!! That is the sound most likely to bring up a flood of memories about growing up backpacking with my family in Yosemite!! Also, my first job in 1979 was as a maid in Curry Village and the Jays would scream at you all day as you worked from one tent cabin to the next!! Ah...Good times!!!

Bird sounds, wind through the trees.....

All the various types of birds chirping. Leaves rustling. The ocean. And I’ve always loved the sound of branches creaking in the wind

Being able to hear nothing but the wind is so incredibly serene and calming for me. I love the occasional call from a Raven flying overhead as well. Just perfect.

We had a Woody woodpecker right in our mountain view CA backyard, in the heart of silicon valley, a mile from Google headquarters--- earlier this year. He/ she became my alarm clock and I woke up with a joyous smile each morning.

Rachelle Hume remember this?

Listening to Owls, Loons, Wolves and Geese.....anything really.

The woodpeckers and the cackling calls of the ravens!

Then....the breezes thru the trees.....👍🏼🍷❤️

My favorite sound is the rushing river

Waves crashing on the beach ❤

"Pandora Pine?"
Sounds delicious!

Carrie, I know you know this sound, huh!!!

Looks like a female. ♥

Love the sound of woodpeckers

There’s your woodpecker Jodie Home.

hermit thrush

Cheryll Snow

Mark Emmerson Balingit

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We're expecting a busy holiday weekend! Arrive before mid-morning to avoid delays. We're also expecting showers and cool temperatures this weekend. Showers can lead to snow at higher elevations, lightning, and slick rock. Check the weather forecast at go.nps.gov/wxmap and road conditions by calling 209/372-0200 (then 1, 1).

If clouds move in while you are out—especially in areas near or above tree line—including popular summits like Sentinel Dome, Half Dome, Clouds Rest, and all peaks and ridges surrounding Tuolumne Meadows—be prepared to turn around and descend to lower elevation. With precipitation, areas of open granite can quickly become surprisingly slick and treacherous. Bring extra layers, including rain gear.

One last word of caution: Yosemite’s streams and rivers are swift and cold, and, with changing weather, they can rise unexpectedly. The best way to keep a safe distance from running water is to stay on the trail. ...

Were expecting a busy holiday weekend! Arrive before mid-morning to avoid delays. Were also expecting showers and cool temperatures this weekend. Showers can lead to snow at higher elevations, lightning, and slick rock. Check the weather forecast at go.nps.gov/wxmap and road conditions by calling 209/372-0200 (then 1, 1).

If clouds move in while you are out—especially in areas near or above tree line—including popular summits like Sentinel Dome, Half Dome, Clouds Rest, and all peaks and ridges surrounding Tuolumne Meadows—be prepared to turn around and descend to lower elevation. With precipitation, areas of open granite can quickly become surprisingly slick and treacherous. Bring extra layers, including rain gear. 

 One last word of caution: Yosemite’s streams and rivers are swift and cold, and, with changing weather, they can rise unexpectedly. The best way to keep a safe distance from running water is to stay on the trail.

 

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Looking forward to the better weather, and to revisit clouds rest.

For those who can’t arrive early morning, is there a best time to arrive in the evening after traffic calms down? After 4pm? After 6pm?

I hope everyone practices good common sense!!

What are the chances Tuolumne Meadows campground will open before July 15th? !

Anyone have any suggestions on where to stay? I am looking for a decent place that will not break the bank. Doesn't have to be a hotel. A VRBO or Air Bnb would work.

I remember this place a lot!!! beautiful!!!

The one thing i consistenly told visitors during my time in yosemite is never ever visit memorial day weekend. There was never any shortage of visitors any people who heeded my advice had much better experiences

I am in the RedWoods.

Some of the trails are covered in running water!
Lol!

The weekend after memorial day is best. Before kids are out of school. Weather is good, falls are running....wildflowers blooming....💕

Stop the major traffic bull crap. Walk or bike into the park... John Muir would not approve of all the roads and traffic.

Nice photo! Was it taken along Glacier Point Road?

See you in two weeks my beloved Yosemite!!

Make Yosemite great again...

My favorite park! 😊

🤗

Dave Boylan

Timillia

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Today we learn of yet another school shooting in Indiana.

"It’s long overdue that our elected representatives in D.C. pass commonsense gun laws to keep our students, educators & communities safe. This problem is too common for them to wait any longer." - Eric Heins #WeSayNoMore ...

Today we learn of yet another school shooting in Indiana. 

It’s long overdue that our elected representatives in D.C. pass commonsense gun laws to keep our students, educators & communities safe. This problem is too common for them to wait any longer. - Eric Heins #WeSayNoMore

 

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TAKE THE GUNS AWAY! Look what happened in Australia! TOOK THEM AWAY and 0, yes zero, mass shootings in the last 2 years! 0! ZERO. Get it!

Laws do not deter criminals. States and school districts need to step up and make our schools more secure. I have been in and out of several schools near my home recently and I am horrified at how easy it is to walk on and off these campuses.

Has your school district improved it's security? As a parent I'm determined to work with the district where my kindergartner will go this year. So far I can't get the superintendent to even talk to me, and I can't find a time in the last year where the school district had school security on the agenda.

School security can be so much better

Where did the number 23 come from?

Thanks, Eric

"And from the eastern boundary of this vast golden flower-bed rose the mighty Sierra, miles in height, and so gloriously colored and so radiant, it seemed not clothed with light but wholly composed of it, like the wall of some celestial city.... Then it seemed to me that the Sierra should be called, not the Nevada or Snowy Range, but the Range of Light. And after ten years of wandering and wondering in the heart of it, rejoicing in its glorious floods of light, the white beams of the morning streaming through the passes, the noonday radiance on the crystal rocks, the flush of the alpenglow, and the irised spray of countless waterfalls:
It still seems above all others the Range of Light."

— John Muir, 'The Yosemite', chapter 1. ...

And from the eastern boundary of this vast golden flower-bed rose the mighty Sierra, miles in height, and so gloriously colored and so radiant, it seemed not clothed with light but wholly composed of it, like the wall of some celestial city.... Then it seemed to me that the Sierra should be called, not the Nevada or Snowy Range, but the Range of Light. And after ten years of wandering and wondering in the heart of it, rejoicing in its glorious floods of light, the white beams of the morning streaming through the passes, the noonday radiance on the crystal rocks, the flush of the alpenglow, and the irised spray of countless waterfalls:
It still seems above all others the Range of Light.

— John Muir, The Yosemite, chapter 1.

 

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My son is a Ranger in Yosemite and I live in the Sierras. I'm heading into Yosemite first week of June. It has been our "church" since my boy was a little guy. John Muir had it right. "It still seems above all others the Range of Light."

Here's a photo of the hail coming down yesterday:

Yosemite...God's holy presence abounds around all of his spectacular creation.

That was quite the storm today as we left Yosemite. Rain, lightning, and hail! :) But we saw a mama bear and 3 cubs, so that made the trip. :)

Que belleza y estar a qui es impresionante bueno para los que nos gusta la naturaleza.
Paty Coro Fernando Garcia gracias por la invitación 😂😂😂

One of the high lights in my life was hiking the high Sierra Camps. You start off at Tuolemme Meadows camp ground and hike to the next camp (only with reservations ahead of time). You stay in tent cabins. Breakfast and dinner is provided and for a fee they will provide a packed lunch. Then off to the next camp. Hikes are not guided so you are on your own to follow the John Muir trail. All the food provided is brought in by pack mules. It was a once in a lifetime glorious experience.

Yosemite spoilt our family on Tuesday

I love all of the Sierra's, they are magnificent majestic mountains... Even on the Big Pine side of the Eastern Sierra

A true poet. His words express things so beautifully.

I never tire of reading Muir's descriptions.

Let’s not forget his choice quotes about the rightful inhabitants of the valley.

And here are the bear:

Very cool Yosemite National Park! Is Tioga rd currently open with the recent storm? We are currently driving from the coast and plan to go over Tioga pass to Bishop.

Let us celebrate John Muir. And always Yosemite

John Muir is THE MAN!!!

...Muir had the vision, "ken" as it is known 😉

Epic!

Such a spectacular place

Every word is true

Yes

5 more days!

I ♥️ Yosemite

Light <3

Loved The Yosemite. Thanks to Ella Ackerman for lending it to me.

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UTLA will be live streaming the #Allin4Respect rally starting at 4PM today. Please join for this act of resistance and tell the Los Angeles Unified School District that they must respect the community, students, and educators. ...

UTLA will be live streaming the #Allin4Respect rally starting at 4PM today. Please join for this act of resistance and tell the Los Angeles Unified School District that they must respect the community, students, and educators.

 

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REPEAL: WEP & GOVERNMENT PENSION OFFSET !!! IN 15 STATES, TEACHERS CAN'T PAY SOCIAL SECURITY. THAT MEANS....WIDOWED TEACHERS...CAN'T RECEIVE THEIR SURVIVOR BENEFITS. SUPPORT: HR 1205, S 915, HR 1902, AND POWR HR 1583! AS KEVIN BRADY SAYS: TIME TO CORRECT THE MATH !!!

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California Teachers Association

Educators from all over California, joined by Assemblymember Kevin McCarty and Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi, the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) and other education stakeholders, urged the Legislature today to support legislation that increases public education funding by setting new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) targets and certifying the Proposition 98 minimum guarantee and the continuous appropriations of the LCFF, including a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA). This creates certainty for educators and students in future years.Educators from all over California, joined by Assemblymember Kevin McCarty and Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi, the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) and other education stakeholders, urged the Legislature today to support legislation that increases public education funding by setting new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) targets and certifying the Proposition 98 minimum guarantee and the continuous appropriations of the LCFF, including a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA). This creates certainty for educators and students in future years. ...

 

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REPEAL: WEP & GOVERNMENT PENSION OFFSET !!! IN 15 STATES, TEACHERS CAN'T PAY SOCIAL SECURITY. THAT MEANS....WIDOWED TEACHERS...CAN'T RECEIVE THEIR SURVIVOR BENEFITS. SUPPORT: HR 1205, S 915, HR 1902, AND POWR HR 1583! AS KEVIN BRADY SAYS: TIME TO CORRECT THE MATH !!!

Sit back, relax, and enjoy 15 seconds of the Merced River (at Superintendent's Bridge). ...

 

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I got some thunder in this one from this weekend.

From this last weekend.

Blodget Canyon, Hamilton, MT

Can't wait to see it in about 2 weeks! <3 My happiest place on earth!

Dose anyone know if camp 4 is open

Vernal Fall in the rainstorm on Monday!

can you please give us 30 minutes of this? It's wonderful...

Thank you. Where is Superintendent’s Bridge?

Funny how running water and camp flames will mesmerize and lull the stress right out a person...

It's been almost a year that I was there to do this. Waterfalls and streams were beautiful in 2017

My husband, my self and our girls used to camp on this River. It is a beautiful area. Love our family time there. ⛺⛺⛺

Oh I miss Yosemite. Spent every Memorial Day weekend there from when I was a kid until I was 21 years old!!

Nothing like the sound of a river running 😍😍👍

Ok, this worked. Thank you, been a rough day

Can’t wait until June when I will be able to hear this for a week!

I had a campsite last year, just off the flowing river in Wawona Campground in Yosemite National Park. What a wonderful sound to fall to sleep too. Looking forward to a return trip.

I used to go swimming in that river.

I especially like the little tree sprouting up through the river! 🤪

Thank you for posting this!

Been there, walking along barefoot in the Fall...wondrous place..

Could sit for a long time just listening to rushing water!

haven't heard this beautiful sound since I moved from CA to MI 2 years ago. Thank you Merced River.......

Sean Crow we should go somewhere up north with these kinds of Rivers please

Loved putting my dusty feet in after a long treck

Tamia Schumann, doesn't this sound nice?

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California Teachers Association

California Educators, Assemblymember Al Muratsuchii & Assemblymember Kevin McCarty Call on Legislature to Support Governor’s Proposal to Certify #Prop98 Guarantee and Ongoing Appropriations, Increase Base Targets, Special Ed Funding, and Address the Teacher Shortage

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California Educators, Assemblymember Al Muratsuchii & Assemblymember Kevin McCarty  Call on Legislature to Support Governor’s Proposal to Certify #Prop98 Guarantee and Ongoing Appropriations, Increase Base Targets, Special Ed Funding, and Address the Teacher Shortage

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