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2.0% of the Tuolumne River Story, Courtesy of the Tuolumne River Trust. And 8-foot-long Saber-toothed Salmon!
Standing on the Dana Fork, close to the headwaters of the Tuolumne River in January of 2012 (when no snow had yet fallen) Rivers often get used as a metaphor for life. Writers might compare the exuberance of youth with the dancing streams and waterfalls at the headwaters of rivers, and the calm deep waters of the big rivers denote adulthood. And of course, there is the "Old Man River". In a