Sunday, November 22, 2009

Yosemite in the Fall


This weekend we took a trip to Yosemite with some friends. It was GORGEOUS!


It was a little chilly, but we bundled up and warmed up by riding our bikes around the Yosemite Valley.

Here's our friend, Carol, on her classy cruiser.

Here's the hubby and daughter.


The local wildlife trying to ignore all the people staring and taking pictures of it.

This was my first time being in Yosemite in the Fall. I've only ever gone in the summer when it's jam-packed.

I loved all the Fall colors and hardly any people around!
The were 21 of total riding bikes that day. I hope we didn't scare the tourists!

Jay, our fearless leader, Jason and my son, Zach.


Family picture on a log.



Biggles had to stay back at the cabin.

The cabin was quite cozy. Zach found some extra space in the closet!

Another family pic in front of the cabin.


My sister, Lisa, and her boyfriend Rick.

What a great trip that was. Us Northern Californians tend to forget how lucky we are to live so close to the beauty of Yosemite. We saw busloads of tourists from other countries who came to see it!


5 comments:

T's Daily Treasures said...

Absolutely beautiful! What a great day and a wonderful way to spend your time -- with friends in the great outdoors. Fabulous! Blessings to you for a great week. :) Tammy

Marci @ All Things Wonderful said...

It is beautiful up there! I would love to visit Yosemite. We have never been there Thank you sharing your wonderful photos.

Roxanne said...

I stayed in one of those cabin things years ago when my Tae Kwon Do class took a trip there! Looks like you had fun! Its so pretty there!

houseofkat said...

You know, I've never been to Yosemite! Sure looks like a beautiful place ot visit. Those cabins sure look cute! Looks like you all had a fun time.

Empty Nest Full Life said...

What a wonderful getaway! It is thrilling to me to visit new places. I love the scenery and love places when they are not crowded w/ tourists. Looks like all of you had a blast! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Jackie