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My grandmother, his wife June died in 1989 at the age of 90.While her body was donated to science, her children "burned" many items that represented her spirit.Could you please suggest someone I could interview on the phone about this topic? Growing up in Simi Valley Ca, during the early 1960's , one of my best childhood memories was of the family camping trips to Yosemite.We went every year and for 5 or 6 years, no other place would do for family camping.They took those ashes and drove cross country to Yosemite.They arrived at Yosemite and stood at the top of the cliff where the fire fall start and explained their mission to the Park Service employee on duty.They are both gone now but I do have those memories and the fact I'll be visiting the area next June 2017 and am hoping to be able to stay at Camp Curry.I was born and raised in Los Angeles County and I remember vividly my family's annual trek to Yosemite for two weeks of camping in Curry Village's "housekeeping" camps.

If you are interested, please view this link: Letter on ebay. Rachel My grandfather, Ansel Hall was the first Chief Naturalist for the National Park Service. When he i d in 1963 his ashes were pushed over with "the fire fall".

My memory of it is vivid, as if it happened yesterday: I remember being comfortably swaddled, warm, and cozy in my light blue baby blanket, while being held in my Mother's arms, when all of a sudden this loud cry – “LET THE FIRE FALL!