Let's be honest, with the current coronavirus pandemic it's very difficult to find an outdoor activity that allows us to maintain a safe distance and resort to other sanitary measures, so this invitation from Fallbrook doesn't sound bad for those who are in confinement and want to do a safe activity.
In addition, it is normal that because of the same situation people are not into the Christmas spirit as in previous years, however nothing like a walk in this small town of San Diego, decorated with candy and lights in order to regain that festive spirit.
The Fallbrook Christmas tree is a traditional feature of the region and can be found at the Community Center. It is not necessary to get off the vehicle to appreciate the tree decorations and Christmas lights. However, if you would like to take a walk around the facility you will need to wear a mask and respect the safe distance.
The tree will be available until December 31st and will be lit from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. What do you say? It's not too late to get into the spirit of Christmas.
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