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Too-nu-yah: The Enchanted Valley of Yosemite (Yosemite novel

Books about Yosemite National Park, California

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Too-nu-yah: The Enchanted Valley of Yosemite (Yosemite novel

Postby archive » Sun Jan 21, 2007 4:01 pm

Author: Michael Medlin
Date: 04-22-05 14:23

What a great resource this site is. Thanks, Dan!

My grandfather, Albert Leo, just published a novel that Yosemite lovers may want to check out, called "Too-nu-yah: The Enchanted Valley of Yosemite." It's a historical novel about a fictitious couple that explore the Valley nearly a decade before the Mariposa Battalion 'discovers' it. It also contains many unique and beautiful full-color photographs as well as a special 15 minute DVD called "Winter Light in Too-nu-yah". The book and DVD both feature some breathtaking views of Horsetail Falls transforming into molten gold, a phenomenon which occurs just a few weeks in late February and early March at sunset.

You can read all about the book and DVD (and order both, if you like) on our website: albertleo dot com
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