No Snow

We’re now in the absolute doldrums of summer; the last patches of snow have melted off the mountains. If you peek close, you can maybe see a tiny hint of white in the shadows of Freel Peak still, but pretty much it’s all gone. This comes around the same time of year as Lake Tahoe is approaching its natural rim, which will choke off the water flow in the Truckee River. August and September are always a bad time for water; now we’re just coasting until the first autumn storms start to roll in.

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