Looks like those in California or traveling there this Summer are in for a great time with water levels running at 87% of historical average.
by Brian E. Clark on latimes.com
Thanks to that cursed (long-may-it-rest-in-peace) drought, it has been five years since the snowpack in California’s mountains was anything for rafters and kayakers to get excited about around this time of year.
But El Niño changed that, and rafting companies in the Golden State – and beyond – say the most recent snow surveys show there will be plenty of water in the West’s rivers for boaters to enjoy.
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