Ten Lakes, Yosemite; Glacially polished granite slabs and an erratic boulder frame the small bay. Cross posted from the Little Red Tent
Archive for July, 2012
So, I’m still having issues with my keyboard, but I’ve ordered a replacement and am relying on autocorrect to correct my alternative spellings. Hense the random sprinklings of k and s, along with instances of the letter between b and d. There are other elusive issues with my keyboard, very difficult to pin down [...]
First, my apologies for the long silence. I spilled some water on my keyboard, and I’m having issues with several letters not functioning at all, or wonkily. I’m relying on the keyboard viewer to type this. Now to the news; There was a fire at Glacier Pt. Gift store this morning. No one was [...]
I always love watching other people’s videos where they discover Yosemite. There’s always something I take for granted that’s cool and interesting.
Forecasters at the US Climate Prediction Centre (CPC) are citing warming ocean temperatures as a signal that El Nino could strike as early as the third quarter of 2012, raising prospects of wreaking weather havoc from North and South America to Asia.
Another great hang gliding in Yosemite video. I love the right hand turn into Yosemite Falls on this one. The pilot gets really close to the falls.
Just a note to say that I’m back from a 3-day trip to the top of Yosemite Creek Drainage: images of Grant Lake, and Ten Lakes will be queued up and Edie’s Image of the day will resume within a couple of days. In the mean time, here’s one to tide you over!
Perhaps the most breathtaking part of climbing Half Dome via the cables isn’t the steep climb up, but the wonderful views you get climbing down.
Mt. Conness with glacial erratic boulder, chatter marks.Cross posted from the Little Red Tent