Another summer in the beautiful Sierra Nevada foothills is drawing to an end. The kids are already back to school, the rivers have stopped flowing, the hills are all golden and there seems to be a fragile quality to the sunlight.
Boat trailers are heading south instead of north. The streets in town are quiet after 6pm.
Despite low water levels in Bass Lake the summer season was another success. Most visitors appreciated the fact that there was more beach to enjoy. Although income for all businesses was down a bit, the overall opinion is that our economy is slowly crawling back out of the mire.