The spring wildflower bloom is finally starting to show thanks to the massive rainfall California received this winter. Winter has stuck around a little longer than normal so the wildflower season has been a little slow to show, but we are finally starting to see the affects of the rain. April and I headed out last weekend for a quick trip to the Carrizo Plain National Monument and the Cottonwood Canyon areas west of Bakersfield. While there was a nice carpet of yellow on the Carrizo Plain, it still seemed a bit early for peak bloom. However, Cottonwood Canyon was simply spectular.


More to come as the spring bloom progresses. Cheers! Jason

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