High and Dry

Here are some older photos of Lake Mead in dire need of water which is still true. The waterline shouldn’t be too far from the Ladies’ Room in one photo. If Lake Mead were at full pond, those campers and car would be very deep underwater. And the Desert Southwest drought continues.



Categories:America, Geology, Home, Hoover Dam, Las Vegas Locals, Mojave Desert, Mountains, Nevada, Nikon, Photography, Thoughts, Weather

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