It’s been a few months since our last California water supply update, so we must respond to the call of duty: it’s time to venture into the Sierra Nevada to ascertain first hand our water supply situation. It’s quite a burden on us, but we are confident that we are up to the task and will do our duty to bring you the MOST recent, MOST personal, and MOST reliable information.
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We will be examining the flow of the King’s River, at the same location that is pictured in today’s photo. Because that photo was taken during the Spring instead of the Fall, and was taken during a wet year (2011) as opposed to this dry year, we are anticipating significantly less flow this time around. However, we don’t deal in speculation with topics this important, so it’s off to the mountains for real data!
We’ll post a contrasting photo when we return next week, just to document our findings.