Tioga Pass Road and Yosemite National Park

Tioga Pass Road and Yosemite National Park


This year after few years (5 or 6 years) Drought in California, we had so much rain this year and Tioga pass has snow again. 🙂

More than 2 decades ago when we went to Tioga Pass. Snow was their. That time they had one restaurant, we had Portobello  Mushroom  sandwich. That time Vegan wasn’t popular like now. It was little bit difficult to eat inside Yosemite Park.

Restaurant was near Mono Lake side. 4th of July Weekend near Mono Lake wasn’t so crowded. Tioga Road is the Eastern Entrance  to Yosemite Park.



The Humpback Whales in San Francisco

The Humpback Whales in San Francisco

The crown of humpback whales visiting San Francisco. I think this is because of  climate change.We have drought and rain and no rain kind of weather. So this is unusual for animals and Humpback Whales are migrating to San Francisco.

The word migration ,” the physical movement by animals from one area to another “.

“I had never seen humpback whales before, and it was awesome,” said Laurie Duke, 54, who volunteers at the Marine Mammal Center and Golden Gate Cetacean Research. ”

“The deeper they get into the bay, the more acoustically confusing it becomes,” Schramm said.Mary Jane Schramm, a spokeswoman for the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary.

Whale Alert is a non-profit institutions, government agencies, shipping and technology companies focused on reducing lethal ship strikes of whales.






Drought in California but now storms

Drought in California but now storms


California in Drought for almost 5 year , California was in  drought before 1998. Now storms are filling all California lakes and reservoirs.

We got so much water last night , the docks are underwater and most of the boats almost sank,” said Jackson Branham, who works at the small marina at Loch Lomond.


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