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Monday, March 15, 2004

Wildflowers in the desert

Anza Borrego Desert is one of California State Park, which is located 90 miles east of San Diego.
Only for a few weeks in spring season, some desert wildflowers bloom there. Yesterday I went there with my friends.

There were tiny flowers. Most of flowers color was purple. Others were yellow and white. The land filled good smell like lavender. That color and smell reminded me Hokkaido in Japan. (Furano, a small town in Hokkaido is famous town about lavender in Japan.)

We also went Font's Point, from which you can see great wide view of Borrego Badlands.
I make this report in another web site with many pictures. Please check it out!

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