Jamie, Catherine, and Nora visited us for the week. It was their first time to the region, so a great time for site-seeing places we have been before. But this year is different: we have had an extraordinary (for the desert) amount of rain. The wildflower bloom and the green in the area are extraordinary.
We were lucky in that the only windy day was Sunday and the rest of the week was progressively warmer.
Where the water bubbles up at the San Andreas Fault.
The preserve is a lizard habitat for several species. This one was a good 8" long.
San Gorgonio in the distance.
Views from above.
So many flowers this year!
Catherine and Nora.