Spring in Southern California

Hi everyone,

This past winter brought a lot of water to the decadelong drought in California. As a result, we Californians can see wildflowers blooming everywhere from hills to hills. They even bloom alongside the I-10 in the middle of the southern desert.

I went hiking on University of California Riverside’s Botanic Gardens (located right in the middle of the university campus) this past Monday (which was actually the first day of Spring – just googled it when I was writing this) and had a chance to witness those spectacular views.

If anyone lives near the area, you can pay a visit there. They have annual Spring and Fall Plant Sale events. Nice flowers and scenery with some steep hills. It can be a fun hiking trip on the weekends.

Website: http://gardens.ucr.edu/information.html

Open daily from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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