Rise and shine! It’s another beautiful morning in Yosemite!
Category: Friends of Yosemite Blog
Michael Frye has posted a link to his Top 10 Images of 2011 and my what a beautiful collection it is.
Have you ever thought about living close enough to Yosemite that you could enjoy waking up and looking out your window to see El Capitan or maybe you’d like to be able to explore the park everyday and be home every night for supper? Thor Matteson’s house is just outside the park but is up for sale making this the perfect opportunity to snatch up that mountain home you’ve always wanted.
Looking for something fun to do? How about helping clean up Yosemite with a bunch of climbers and other volunteers. It’s a great way to make new friends, hang out and have fun while doing something good for the park!
William Neill is a one of Yosemite’s truly great photographers. Now you get his photobook as an app for the iPad on the iTunes App Store.
One of our favorite local Yosemite photographers is doing a new project and could really use your help.
Missing for 7 years the family of Fred Claassen can finally have peace.
So I’m sure most of you think geology is kind of boring. Maybe you tried a class in college and dropped after you realized you’d have to realize all those minerals. When I was in college I was lucky enough to find a professor who made geology fun and exciting. The great news is he’s […]
Most visitors to Yosemite see Siesta Lake as a picturesque spot to stop and stretch your legs along the Tioga Road but Professor of Geology, Garry Hayes sees it as a tool to help students understand glaciation in the Sierra. Photo by
So how was your day at work? If you’re one of the brave men and women of YOSAR (Yosemite Search and Rescue) there’s no easy way to answer that question. Don’t believe me? Take a look at some of these awesome pictures David Pope has been taking of SARs (Search and Rescues). Wow! Kind of […]