butitsadryheat wrote:doesn't everyone have a strong desire to escape Bakersfield?
SeanReedy wrote:I'd guess that without maintenance and improvement of California's extensive water system, flooding of areas shown on that map would be more common, but it is actually a simulation of an extreme weather scenario similar to the storms of 1861-62. http://www.wunderground.com/blog/weatherhistorian/article.html?entrynum=13
The story about taking a canoe from Bakersfield to the bay is interesting. That wouldn't be my first choice of adventures, but it sounds like an adventure nevertheless and would beat walking, especially under flood conditions. He must have had a strong desire to escape Bakersfield.
markv wrote:It's my understanding that the petitioned proposal would not require a new, magical water resource. The main water source would still be the same drainage, just recaptured in different ways and below Hetch Hetchy Valley. Am i understanding wrong?
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