Half Dome Cables Webinar


 You have a date this Friday at 1 pm Pacific time. I will take some credit for asking the park to host a webinar on the cables. So they are doing it. It will be dedicated to answering YOUR questions about the 2012 Half Dome cables permit lottery plan and the Half Dome Trail Stewardship Plan Environmental Assessment.

This is not an open house. No, there will be no long formal presentation or room full of people on site. Plan on about 3-4 key managers in an office. There will be a facilitator just to keep things going. This will be ALL HALF DOME. If you give a plug nickel about the cables, you must show your interest. I have many questions and decided not to submit my formal comment to the EA until near the end of the period. I’ve requested a hard copy of the 132 page EA (checking the mailbox daily) so I can mark it up like I did in college. I think much will come out in the weeks ahead.

I’ve gotten to know several of the rangers involved and they are really trying to balance many concerns.  There will be opportunities to ask the Wilderness Manager and project managers questions about the plan and the 2012 interim permit system. About 25 people have registered – let’s jam the circuits!

To register for the webinar visit yose.webex.com


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Unrelated thought worth quoting: “So you want to be a rock’n roll star, then listen now to what I say. Just get an electric guitar and take some time and learn how to play. And when your hair’s combed right and your pants fit tight – It’s gonna be all right.” – the Byrds 

*MrHalfDome™ – Rick Deutsch – www.HikeHalfDome.com

One Best Hike: Yosemite’s Half Dome

About Mr Half Dome - Rick Deutsch

Mr Half Dome. Has written the only half dome hiking guide, One Best Hike: Yosemite's Half Dome. Has hiked it 31 times to day. Lives in San Jose, CA Available for presentations. Carpe Diem Experience, LLC
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2 Responses to Half Dome Cables Webinar

  1. Maureen L says:

    I encourage anyone who can do this to register and participate.

    I suspect that, like me, many of you have work demands that preclude 1 pm Pacific Time on a workday.

    As you prepare your written comments, I think it’s helpful to have a look at the specific questions they have for us in boxes on the comment page. (There’s also a free-form comment section at the end, but I think if we get our responses in the right bin where their questions are relevant, it might be more effective.) The last box asks something like “how will this affect you?”

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