Morning Mist - Tenterfield

20 June 2011

We're back from Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks

We just returned to LA from a fabulous four days in Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks, with Diane's cousins, Chuck, Bonnie, Lynne and Chuck's wife Lois.

Diane is surrounded by her American Cousins

One of the many waterfalls we saw in Yosemite NP

We taught cousin Lynne the art of planking

General Sherman Tree. the largest living tree on the planet
It is a Sequoia tree over 22,000 years old and still growing

The Magic Yosemite Falls

So now we're back in LA with Sonya, Bernie and Fox for a couple of days before we fly to New York.


8 comments:

  1. Great shots from Yosemite. Love the shot of Dinae and her cousin and the planking shot. Looks like you are all having fun. I have the same shot of General Sherman from my trip there.

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  2. Looks like great weather and lots of fun.
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  3. Such great photos love them and now I know the name of the largest living tree.......

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  4. Fabulous parc! It reminds me a little bit at my homecountry; but not General Sherman, the tree is exceptional. The art of planking which Lynne shows is really funny, has she flown away?

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  5. 22000 years old? Wow. (That's older than me, even though I had another birthday yesterday!!) With a combination of meeting up with family and that awesome scenery, looks like you're having a great time.

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  6. Looks amazing!
    Carol xx

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  7. Planking! Looks like an interesting sport....

    I see the falls at Yosemite were putting on a great show for your visit. I've been there a couple of times and never saw so much water coming over the falls.

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  8. What souvenirs ! we had been there too, but there was nothing around the old Sherman !

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