Yosemite's Olmsted Point. They had a new parking lot and trail since the last time I went over Tioga Pass. I got to go out to an area I hadn't been before, to see the fabulous views. And a random critter.
(Yosemite cont) I had time and energy so I decided I should try Lembert Dome. I wasn't sure where the parking lot was but the third parking lot I found seemed like the right one. I didn't have cell service but the Galileo offline map had hiking trails on it, so that's what I used as a guide.
It seems like The Doctor should've been more curious about Sally Sparrow telling him about the future. How often does he meet someone who knows about time travel? But he's more interested in four things and a lizard. :-/
Yosemite's Tioga Pass opened early this year. A month later it has almost no snow. The third photo here is Lembert Dome. Every time I drive by it, I see people climbing up, and I think to myself, one day, I should go up that thing …
I'm trying to blog more this year. Posts per year to my personal blog: 33, 65, 38, 26, 32, 5, 8, 2, 6, 3, 2. And I have 9 so far this year. I'm not going to try to reach my peak blogging year (2004) but I think 10-20 would be a good amount.
May 21. I went to Rancho San Antonio, intending to go on the Rogue Valley Trail. Pushing myself to do more. Parking lot was full. What?! It's a weekday morning. Shouldn't everyone but me be at work? I ended up in the horse trailer parking lot and got the last spot.
I've been trying to go on more hikes at Rancho San Antonio the past month. I went with my daughter up Wildcat Loop Trail. Then the next week I went on Upper Wildcat Canyon + High Meadow. I've been building up my strength so that I can do all of PG&E Trail.