Winter 2013/14 has been quite a challenge with record low freezing temperatures and record drought. Most of our pipes froze with the December freeze and luckily we didn’t have any breaks!
The drought has immersed California in a scramble to make ends meet with record-low rainfall, low snowpacks in the mountains, and entire municipal water supplies running close to dry in many towns, Willits to name but one! Laytonville is lucky in that we’re in the Long Valley, which has a huge aquifer supplying the town’s water supply and many wells. [Read more…]