"...I decided to visit California for a year or two to see its wonderful flora and the famous Yosemite Valley. All the world was before me and every day was a holiday, so it did not seem important to which one of the world's wildernesses I first should wander."
--John Muir (1868)
After hiking in shorts and t-shirts on Sunday, the weather turned dark and cold. We drove up out of the canyon to the Grant Grove area of the park, which is higher at 6,500 feet and (since we had no internet to find out), we ran right into a snowstorm. We hunkered down for the night and in the morning did some short drives and hikes and spent some time at the visitors center.
It was VERY foggy in the morning:
Lynnae went fishing on Hume Lake (didn't catch anything but a friendly fisherman who was doing better gave us two fish--trout tacos tonight!)