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    Default Frazil Ice at Yosemite

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    nice & thanks for sharing

    They get a bit of a spring melt out there huh? Kinda been dumping this year and I'm really looking forward to being in the eastern sierra in may
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    Amazing!! Yet another reason that I want to visit Yosemite in all of the seasons.
    Mark

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    That is so cool. Must be something to see the falls in person.

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    That's amazing! It must be something to see in person.
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    Nice! Spring melt is is so special. Thanks for posting
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