Sunday, February 9, 2014

Sunday Stills, Things We Take for Granted.


Monday my husband and I flue over the Sierra Nevada
mountain range, on our way to Las Vegas Nevada.
It didn't start to rain in California till the coming Thursday and
 as we flue over, the lack of a good snow pack on the 
mountains below, amplified my concern.

A good snow pack is what feeds, the streams and lakes in the spring,
that supply water to our homes, farm and ranches.
With out it, it will be a long, dry year.
I am glad to say, that the mountains where completely covered with snow, 
when we flew back over them on our way home.

4 comments:

Terry and Linda said...

Yep snow! Snow PACK! Snow Pack means WATER!!! We so understand here in our part of the world!

Linda
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Shirley said...

Glad you are getting some moisture, drought is a terrible thing. The mountains here have plenty of snow although my lawn is mostly bare.

Tj or Mark said...

Our hearts are a bit lighter now. Great storm and it looks like more coming! Hope you enjoyed Vegas.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Yes water is a good thing. Minnesota could share some snow:)