My family and I took a short, weekend trip to Yosemite this month to celebrate my dad's birthday and recharge our batteries. With all the craziness going on with school and work, it was much needed. There was no snow in the valley, and just a sprinkling in the higher elevations; which was bad for taking pictures, but good for hiking. So, I relaxed and decided to focus on the latter. It was nice to be able to drive up to Glacier Point and do some of the hikes we normally wouldn't be able to in the winter. The weather also kept the Tioga Pass open, so after a long day of hiking on Saturday, we decided to relax on Sunday and take the scenic route through the pass home. I've been yearning to go back ever since.
Near Olmstead Point in the Tioga Pass