We have our snowpack back!

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Real Estate Agent with Gold Key Real Estate

I was getting worried.  I had never saw the Lucky Peak Resevour so low.... It looked like a little puddle with the docks at least 30 ft above the puddle.   They were talking about farmers not getting their water.  That would mean no crops.  Animals not getting enough water.   I would have to use city water if I wanted my grass to be green. 

Some ski areas hadn't opened.  Now some of our mountains have an above average snow pack.  Skiing is good. Sledding is good.  It looks better for the farmers.  

Of course we have had to endure some rainy days but it is very civilized to have snow in the mountains and rain in the valley. 

http://www.idahostatesman.com/2014/02/17/3033560/washing-away-idahos-drought-fears.html

Come to Idaho!  We are a great place to live! Come to Boise and I will find you a home!

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  Debbie Holmes

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(208)761-2551 Email: d5holmes@msn.com

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