In-between storms a bit of sunshine. Meanwhile up in the High Country there’s 713-measured inches of snow in the Central Sierra, that’s 59-something feet! Woo-hoo!
We’ve eclipsed the most recent high-level amount and closing in the 1951-52 record of 800+inches… Now if only somebody had built-up a couple reservoirs during that time period – but who could have foreseen the incredible population growth and agricultural needs? Planners maybe?
Gonna take a paddle boat out for a tour on Tulare Lake? I don’t suppose fishing will be much good there, but how often do you get the chance?
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