“When this lake was named Tenaya Lake, after the last chief of the Ahwahneechee Indians, that tribe already had its own name for it,” wrote Stephen Lyman. “For generations, they had been calling Pyweak (Pie-wee-ack), which means Lake of the Shining Rocks. It’s a very beautiful
place where a lot of people go in the summertime, but by October everybody’s back at school or back at work.
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