Winter will soon turn to spring, with the official arrival of that much-anticipated change of season on March 20. The color green, a symbol of hope, is often associated with spring, when new activities can be added to our daily routines. Even when a change of scenery is less possible given the confines of the COVID-19 pandemic, making small, socially-distanced outings can really help. We asked our readers for suggestions for spring activities. A few featured answers are shared here.
KCFM ASKED: What seasonal tradition are you most looking forward to this spring?
Trips to the coast.
- Anthony Meeks
Beach trip and viewing the beautiful poppies.
- Ana Medel
Jennifer Resolme & Family
Making corned beef and cabbage on St.Patrick’s Day.
- Jennifer Resolme
Baking Easter cookies with my mom.
- Cheyanne Rigsby
Looking for the wildflowers.
- Christine Heyart
Watching the hills of western Kern County become green again.
- Tori Ramay
Planting our summer vegetables and harvesting our winter crop.
- Ellyn Dagostino
Easter is my favorite. Being with the kids barbecuing and being home safe with the family.
- Cindy Cortez
Going to see all the flowers on the Grapevine.
- Marlene Moore