Sharing an old draft from late April. This one is about our (road) trip to Yosemite and nice warm methi parathas. Whether you dig in the home packed food or explore the road side breakfast inns, road trips and food go hand-in-hand. A hungry drive or driver ain’t fun. Here are some of the glimpses and description of gorgeous Yosemite in Spring 2014. Our 3-day trip was a blockbuster weather show. It included one foot deep snow, heavy rain showers and hail and ample sunshine. It is amazing how nature turns 180 degrees within a few hours. I can say this as a matter of fact since a road drive in the valley on our first morning was decorated with boatloads of snow and the same drive back at dusk deprived us of any white views; the trees were deserted, skies were cleared, and warm wind swept us. Just unbelievable turns. Here’s a bit on one of the most gorgeous views on our 2nd day in the valley.
It’s a Sunday. Cold, Bright and scenic. We were surrounded by the mountains. In Yosemite valley.
The Spring Sun was kind on us. Melting away the snow. Washing away the roads. Clearing up the winter puddles. Driving up a slow, snow chain-ed car we finally made to the Falls and stepped out.
Forgetting, the morning chill, we were left in awe. Mesmerized. What a view! Nothing like what we saw on our last trip.