Wildflowers hike in Pacheco State Park

I so in love with this year super bloom! Two months of wildflowers everywhere got me so many beautiful moments. And these green rolling hills. Aww! I guess, these are my reason why I prefer Spring.
04.02. Pacheco State Park

We’ve never been in Pacheco State Park previously. The almost all seasons brown hills of this park is known because of the proximity of San Luis Reservoir and the Pacheco Pass. The last time I caught these hills when we returned from Eastern Sierras. We slowly moved in the heavy traffic under the pouring rain of Feb storm. That day ended with flooded Coyote Creek. I had nothing to do so I spent all my time staring around. The bright green grass and the distant views of the reservoir were magnetic.
So as soon Instagram was overflowed with SoCal bright orange super bloom photos, I called to memory Pacheco hills.
It was hot weekends with no clouds and no shade.

04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park

04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park

04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park

04.02. Pacheco State Park

04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park

04.02. Pacheco State Park
Though it was early for the local flowers boom, I was impressed. What else I liked that day, we met few equestrians, one family with small kids, and few hikers on trails closer to the reservoir. That’s it. The large park was almost for ourselves!

04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park

04.02. Pacheco State Park

04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park

04.02. Pacheco State Park

04.02. Pacheco State Park
04.02. Pacheco State Park

04.02. Pacheco State Park

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