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CAN AKIN TOP INCAS MUSIC AND CALIFORNIA - UFO Sighting in Yosemite National Park

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Published on Dec 27, 2008

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Ben Güney Amerika da yaşayan
Perulu inkas yerlisiyim
Atalarımı düşündükçe Hep ağlarım
Dün, Hiç kimse olarak beni görmedi
Yalnız ve sessiz ağladım
Ve acı çektim kendime kahrettim

Uzun yıllar geçti
Yoksul annemi hatırladım
Nerede duygularım?
Nerede onları göremeyen gözlerim?
Atalarım her zaman
Benimle üzüldüler, benimle ağladılar

Ben ne zaman atalarımı hatırlasam
Benim de içim ağlar hüzünlenirim,
Gözlerimden sessizce yaşlar dökülür
Kalbim acıyla dolar acı çekerim

Mr CAN AKIN - TURKEY POET


Chirapaq

Kayna punchau turonero
Sapallaypi waqaskani
Mana pipas q'awarillaskan

Waqallarkani sapay
Llakillarkani sapay
Q'uyay mamayta
Yuyarillaspa

Maypillaraq sunquchallay
Maypiñaraq ñawiruruy
Maytaq cuna
Waqaysiwanchu

Waqaysiwanchu ñawiy
Llakisiwanchu sunquy
Tayta mamayta
Yuyarillaqtiy

INKAS - Mr Can Akın

Yosemite National Park (pronounced /joʊˈsɛmɨtiː/ yo-SEM-it-ee) is a national park located in the eastern portions of Tuolumne, Mariposa and Madera counties in east central California, United States. The park covers an area of 761,266 acres or 1,189 square miles (3,081 km²) and reaches across the western slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountain chain. Yosemite is visited by over 3.5 million people each year, many of whom only spend time in the seven square miles (18 km²) of Yosemite Valley. Designated a World Heritage Site in 1984, Yosemite is internationally recognized for its spectacular granite cliffs, waterfalls, clear streams, Giant Sequoia groves, and biological diversity. Almost 95% of the park is designated wilderness.[3] Although not the first designated national park, Yosemite was a focal point in the development of the national park idea, largely owing to the work of people like John Muir and Galen Clark.

can akin Yosemite Valley is open year-round, but much of the remaining park is closed due to snow in late fall (autumn) and re-opens in mid to late spring. Open-air tours around Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias are available. Many people enjoy short walks and longer hikes to waterfalls in Yosemite Valley, or walks amongst Giant Sequoias in the Mariposa, Tuolumne, or Merced Groves. Others like to drive or take a tour bus to Glacier Point (summer-fall) to see a spectacular view of Yosemite Valley and the high country, or drive along the scenic Tioga Road to Tuolumne Meadows (summer-fall) and go for a walk or hike.
A open-air tram in the Yosemite Valley

Most park visitors stay just for the day, and only visit locations within Yosemite Valley that are easily accessible by automobile. There is a US$20 per automobile user fee to enter the park.Traffic congestion in the valley is a serious problem during peak season, in summer. A free shuttle bus system operates year-round in the valley, and park rangers encourage people to use this system since parking within the valley during the summer is often nearly impossible to find.

In addition to exploring the natural features of the park, visitors can also learn about the natural and cultural history of Yosemite at a number of facilities in the valley: the Yosemite Valley Visitor Center, the adjoining Yosemite Museum, and the Nature Center at Happy Isles. There are also two National Historic Landmarks: the LeConte Memorial Lodge (Yosemite's first public visitor center), and the world-famous Ahwahnee Hotel. Camp 4 was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003

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