3 comments on “Neglected Headwaters: Two Lesser Lake Basins On The South Fork

    • There is lots of water now, though not as much as there should be. The problem is the snow pack is going to melt out by early June rather than August or September. Fortunately the Mount Shasta area will fair better than most because of the deep, deep aquifers and numerous springs. The volcanic geology hold a lot more water than the hard dense granite of the Sierra Nevada, whence most of the state’s water comes.

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