Last week we ventured north to Yosemite to celebrate a few birthdays with a bunch of rad people. The weather was great and despite the initial flash of tourists lurking in the valley, the crowds were pretty low. We had some good times, caught some awesome views and did what you’re suppose to do while in Yosemite, take a trip.
Yosemite National Park.
Sites 13,14 and 15
Tori and Eric planned the trip and put themselves in charge of dinner on the first night. We couldn’t ask for better hosts.
Monique handled breakfast the next morning with Chorizo and Egg breakfast tacos. We definitely ate better this trip than we do at home.
We got a little bit of a late start but you can’t go to Yosemite and just stay in camp. Greg leads the way on our hike to Glacier Point.
Where we’re going.
Barely any snow this year.
My turn to make dinner.
Moose getting’ loose.
Not bad waking up to this.
Early morning target practice.
Lany and Connie serving up Bacon and Egg breakfast sandwiches.
Jada and Hillary.
WeatherMTN, Past and Future.
We couldn’t go home without celebrating Lany’s birthday in style. What’s a birthday party without a piñata?
Monique and Tori.
Stopped in the valley on our way out.
This lack of a winter the San Bernardino Mountains is having is something that we are trying to be optimistic about. While it’s easier said than done we have been doing our best to use this as an opportunity to look at our favorite place in new ways.
Pulled off the road to check out the Old Bear Valley Dam.
We’ve driven by this countless times but never noticed the remains of this old house right across the street.
Had to get a closer look.
Pulled over on the other side of the Arctic Circle to admire the view. Snow Valley isn’t looking too snowing this year.
Fog creepin’ up.