Last year I climbed Half-Dome in Yosemite National Park with the four-man team of guy RDs. This past week we made a longer return trip (minus Siona and plus Joe) for our last hurrah as a team since two of us are moving into new positions. We took it a bit easier this time and thoroughly enjoyed the recently-opened Tioga Pass, the gushing springtime waterfalls, the deep green meadows, and the forboding granite faces that make Yosemite Valley stunning. I don’t have time to do a rundown of the trip, but here are some noteworthy pictures.
“Keep Wild Animals Wild” – Too Late
Tell me this squirrel is not completely domesticated. Seriously. We have banana chunks, beef jerky, and a group picture. And Jeff’s rabies-defying pose at the end of the sequence.
If you live in or near California, Yosemite Valley is a place you ought to visit (frequently if you can). It is truly remarkable.