Topic: It's not looking good
Registered: Aug 2005
posted April 21, 2011 01:19 PM
"In the latest sign of how dry the recent drought has been, Lower Colorado River Authority officials announced Wednesday that the flow of water from streams and creeks into the Colorado River over the past six months is worse than any similar period during the worst-ever drought."
It's not my imagination - everything out there is drier than ever. Even the small cedar trees have turned their toes up. I've never seen it this bad.
Wonder if the developers are disclosing water problems when they build all these new houses out here and try to suck in well-meaning people who think they're getting their dream. Caveat emptor always applies.
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