California Water…or the lack thereof

Late fall and winter is “normally” our wet season when rain and snow deposits fill our reservoirs for future use.

In the California coastal areas, the landscape is normally quite verdant at this time of the year as shown in the first two photos in the collage.

The last two photos are the best evidence of  the present situation…Drought

Photo Collage

(Click on any photo to open the collage to see full sized photos)

READER NOTE:  For a related “Water” post—related only in that it includes “Water” in the title—check out They’re Flipping Out on Water Street!

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One thought on “California Water…or the lack thereof

  1. Would love to send you some of ours — of course it’s in the form of snow and ice. As I drove in to the parking lot of a local restaurant/bar to join friends for the Super Bowl, I noticed the big piles of snow, wondered where they will put that coming Tuesday. Stay warm!

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