"Everything worthwhile in life comes from daring to risk it all; following our dreams despite the cost; loving despite the pain; hoping despite the doubts; and living boldly despite the fear" ~Bear Grylls
Cold. Wet. Oh cold. Oh, my shoes are wet. Oh, I’m cold.
For all of those who (like my family) when they hear California think about hot sun and beach:
Well, that’s not like that. California is huge. It’s bigger than my home country. And has at least 3 types of climate.
January in the mountains? It does snow, it’s not always sunny and the temperature there is around 30°F (°C).
[Just wanna say at the beginning, everything that I’ll write is for greenhorns/ tourists who during the trip to the coast will decide to see fe.: one of the most famous National Parks which is Yosemite.
Those of you badasses who go there to do some winter hiking, prepared and geared with gaiters, mountaineering boots, poles and everything else- I’d love to hear some of your stories, but you probably won’t find out anything new from that post.]