Yosemite According to Tigger

Woo hoo hoo hoo!

Tigger decided that this time he would share some of the things he's learned on his many trips to Yosemite with all of you - some words of Tigger wisdom, if you will. (And no, "Tigger wisdom" is NOT an oxymoron. :-) )

When the Tigger's away, well, the Tigger will play!

Great trees from little sequoia cones grow!

There's light at the end of the sequoia tree tunnel.

A squirrel in the museum is worth two in the trees lobbing pine cones at you.

You can't see Yosemite Falls for the trees. (Where's a chainsaw when you need one?)

When Yosemite Lodge makes a bed for you, lie on it.

"See a pine cone, pick it up, all the day you'll have good luck" works better for smaller pine cones!

Tigger plays a game of cat and mousetails.

A large Half Dome gathers lots of climbers.

Take time to stop and smell the azaleas - but take your hayfever medication first.

Sometimes you should let sleeping frogs lie in the sun...now don't jump to any conclusions!

An Ahwahnee Breakfast Wrap a day keeps the black bears away! (Tigger, did you know that "Ahwahnee" means "Place of a gaping mouth"?)

Look before you leap, falling water dives off of steep cliffs.

Tigger says it's much better to be up the river *with* a paddle!

Happy Isles trails to you...

The early Tigger catches the glimpse of Yosemite Falls.

Winter snow showers bring June falls of water.

Pride goeth before the falls. (Tigger isn't quite sure what that means, but it sounds good, doesn't it?)

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Laura Gilbreath, lgil@cts.com
Last updated 10/1/02