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Yosemite Deaf Services at DeafNation World Expo

August 07, 2012 Posted by: Jessica Cole

Yosemite Deaf Services had a fantastic time at DeafNation. I chatted with at least 500 of you, and your stories about visiting the park were inspiring. We've had Deaf visitors everyday since Wednesday, and I'm looking forward to a busy August. Remember to send me an email at least a day or two ahead of time to let me know what day you are coming and which part of the park you plan to visit. I will adjust my hours and days off based on your needs, but I can't do that if I don't know you're coming! I look forward to seeing many of the smiling faces from DeafNation here in Yosemite.


Deaf services coordinator at our DeafNation booth


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  1. nancy magliocchio - poughkeepsie, new york
    August 11, 2012 at 01:14

    i want to read the information about yosemite national park....

  2. billy altheide - greensburg, pa
    August 08, 2012 at 05:01

    hi jessica! nice meet you and good see you at expo i really intresting about that i will forward to you at yosemite national park future....

 

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Did You Know?

Merced River Gorge

Descending from Yosemite Valley, the Merced River becomes a continuous cascade in a narrow gorge littered by massive boulders. Dropping 2,000 feet in 14 miles, canyon walls rise steeply from the river and have many seasonal waterfalls cascading down to the river.