Woo hoo hoo hoo!
Tigger and Stitch visited Yosemite National Park after Christmas, and it snowed!!!
Bridalveil Fall - though it's more ice than water!
|But Lower Yosemite Fall doesn't look too much different.
Tigger thinks it should be called Upper Yosem-icy Fall!
|Tigger ponders the pine needles sticking straight up out of the snow.
The high water mark of the Merced River was way over Tigger's head.
|The fresh snow really brought out the snowmen...
|Tigger and Podguy poised at the top of a snowy slope...
...and Tigger at the bottom. Skiing down a slope is highly overrated -
falling all the way down takes a lot more talent!
|Stitch attempted the same slope...
...with about the same result.
|Tigger and Stitch explore the grove of snow-covered sequoia trees.
Look! It's a snow-covered sequoia tree!
|It's all about the squirrels...(Ok, so you really had to see the evening program on the Mariposa Grove to get that reference, but trust us - when it comes to sequoia trees, it's all about the squirrels!)
No Tigger - it's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, not The Legend of Snowy Hollow.
|Yes, it's really an orange icicle! Something about the tannin in sequoia bark. (But we thought it was all about the squirrels?!?!)
Merrily we go,
Bouncing through the snow!
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