Huntington Lake summer fun drying up in California drought

LA Times: The water dropped another 2 feet the week of Don Winters' vacation. Huntington Lake was at about a third of its normal level. An island in the middle of the lake - a mini-hilltop of wildflowers that in other summers he'd paddled to in a canoe - was connected to shore by a bridge of land. It was a quick stroll from the new shoreline, now in the middle of where there used to be water. But Winters, 65, never considered canceling his High Sierra vacation because of three years of California......

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