Excessive rains activate the proliferation of wildflowers, is the headline of an article from reporter Jeanette Sánchez (https://ellatinoonline.com/2023/04/07/excesivas-lluvias-activan-la-proliferacion-de-flores-silvestres/)
And indeed, for many years the cities of San Diego County did not look as beautiful and flowery as they are these days, in what is an extraordinary reception for the arrival of spring.
Try to stop for a moment in front of The Living Coast Discovery Center, located right at the western end of E Street and Bay Boulevard in Chula Vista, to not only fully enjoy nature but also get fresh air into your lungs, to try and get out of the toxic daily routine of the city and better our health.
The rains have left many potholes in the streets, putting motorists at risk, but the balance has been positive by filling the dams in the state of California and the vegetation that offers an extraordinary sight as seen in thousands of wild daisies that were born next to highways and freeways.
A free and exciting spectacle that everyone must enjoy before we re-enter drought season!