A few weeks ago we went to a major league game and had the best time enjoying the game, festivities food and sunshine. If you haven’t been to San Diego in June you need to at least once in your lifetime. Even with our notorious “June gloom” the weather is still warm and Jacarandas trees are in full bloom it turns the city into a painted masterpiece. The jacaranda tree fully flowers into a majestic purple bloom that is breathtaking.
As we walked back to our seats after grabbing some of our favorite local fares for dinner we discovered the game was paused for bees on the field. Right behind home plate was a massive beach ball sized swarm of bees. A local company was called and to remove the bees and continue the game, they made the decision to exterminate them. While many fans were surprised and wished there had been an alternative solution, but none more so than my sweet 6-year-old daughter.