Hurry! Fresno’s in Bloom Only for a Couple More Weeks
Now is the time to visit the Fresno County Blossom Trail.
- CategoryLife Outside
Spring tends to kick off early in Fresno County with a fast-and-frenzied spectacle of blooming fruit and nut trees. Starting in mid-February and lasting only about three weeks, the Fresno County Blossom Trail, made up of the county’s orchards, is festooned in rosy sprays of peach and nectarine petals, pink bouquets of apricot blossoms, and white blazes of almonds, plums, and apples. Drivers, bicyclists, and photographers can revel in the flowery glory on this colorful 62-mile loop southeast of Fresno.
Visit California put together a nifty guide to experiencing this once-a-year event. Check it out here.
Listening to jazz in his father’s design studio, former musician and painter Bradford Stewart knew at an early age he wanted to be a musician. Bored with practicing scales in music school, he dropped out and hit the road with an eight-piece funk/rock/jazz band. When the hectic life of a professional musician began to take its toll, he turned to painting.
California’s coast just got even more amazing.