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Yosemite National Park, California, USA In 1899 David Curry and Jenny Etta Foster opened a tented camp so that visitors could enjoy the beauty of Yosemite for a modest price. They advertised 'a good bed and clean napkin with every meal' for just $2 a day. Camp Curry celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1999 and it still offers park visitors lodging in the shadow of the spectacular Glacier Point and Half Dome.
Yosemite National Park, California, USA In 1899 David Curry and Jenny Etta Foster opened a tented camp so that visitors could enjoy the beauty of Yosemite for a modest price. They advertised 'a good bed and clean napkin with every meal' for just $2 a day. Camp Curry celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1999 and it still offers park visitors lodging in the shadow of the spectacular Glacier Point and Half Dome.

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Two Californians, one of whom died, may have been exposed to mice droppings that contained hantavirus. KGPE reports.

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Two Californians, one of whom died, may have been exposed to mice droppings that contained hantavirus. KGPE reports.