Monday, June 24, 2013

Best You Might See More of These

I haven't been posting much.  That's because I've been doing things worth posting.  And now I'm going to slowly start posting them.

Remember how I was in San Francisco for my cousin's wedding?  After that I drove down to LA through Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks with my Grandma, my Aunt Louise and my sister Emily.  I can't remember where I saved most of my photos, but here's the ones I could find for now.

Let's just start it off with the most impressive photo, Half-Dome and other things at the end of the day from Glacier Point 

Now more day-timey photos.  Our first day there we did the valley part of the park.  It's my valley photos that are missing, for the time being.

On the morning of our second day we drove over to a famous meadow, where I began using the panorama thing on the iPhone.

And I saw a fire hydrant that looked just like a bottle of Sriracha.

And we wrapped up by visiting the big trees of Yosemite before heading for the big trees of Sequoia.

Enroute to Sequoia we checked out the Fresno temple.

And then saw the famous tall trees of Sequoia.  This is a dark panorama photo of General Sherman, that's the only way I could get him to fit.

Heading out of the park we saw a bear.  Right there!  Don't you see him?  I tried to get his attention but couldn't.

For dinner: Grandma and Louise wanted In n Out.  Who was I to say "No"?

And three hours or so later, we were finally at Grandma's house.  I don't drive much in New York so I really jump at the chance to drive 16 hrs in a day if I can.

1 comment:

cz said...

so close to Modesto