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Winter in Yosemite National Park

Cascades Falls   We visited Yosemite last December and this February. We like to visit the park in the winter more than any season, ‘cause it’s less crowded and the snow covered valleys just look so beautiful! But, not all the trails and campgrounds are opened. You can see our photos right here. Please leave “comments” on any of the photos if you like to. Thank you!

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Photos of Sequoia National Park from my iPhone 4, December 2010. See more of Sequoia adventure photos here.

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Good Bye, Sequoia! Hello, Yosemite?

After we spent  a few days in Sequoia, we finally left Three Rivers this morning. We really had a great time there. Right now, we are in Mariposa waiting for the rain to stop which I don’t think is going to happen anytime soon. Anyway, staying in Mariposa is not bad idea, it’s a good place to dine and relax with the family. Tomorrow, we continue our adventure in Yosemite in rain or shine. We will post our photos soon after we complete our trip in a few days. 

Three Rivers in the morning.
Posted from iPhone 4

Three Rivers in the morning.

Posted from iPhone 4

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Sky in  Three Rivers, early evening.
Posted from iPhone 4

Sky in Three Rivers, early evening.

Posted from iPhone 4

We’re in Three Rivers, California. Several minutes outside Sequoia National Park.
Posted from iPhone 4

We’re in Three Rivers, California. Several minutes outside Sequoia National Park.

Posted from iPhone 4

Driving on North Interstate 5, Grosman, California.
Posted from iPhone 4

Driving on North Interstate 5, Grosman, California.

Posted from iPhone 4

Road trip to Sequoia

We are having lunch in Gorman, California right now. Less than half way there and it’s already cold! Don’t let the sunny atmosphere fool you.

Happy 40th Anniversary, Earth Day!

                    Scientists believe the age of Earth is approximately 4.54 billions year old. The first Earth Day was on April 22 , 1970. It was focused on the United States and it began expanding internationally in the early 90s. Earth Day is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network, and is celebrated in more than 175 countries every year. So let’s join in and keep the Earth happy and healthy! Make as many contributions as you can, even if it is as simple as taking shorter showers or planting plants that require less water. Thank you for your support!