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Trails…Easter Eggs…Beer…Love and Theft

Posted on: March 28, 2018

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Spring has Sprung!

Folsom is beautiful year round, but especially in spring. Flowers and trees blooming, sun shining, and the trails full of runners, walkers and cyclists, which reminds me; be nice to each other and share the trail. Slow down, and pick up after yourself and your dog…Spring also means it’s time for the Folsom Eggstravaganza, where 25,000 eggs are hidden across 4 fields for 4 different age groups, and then wiped out in seconds. It’s fun, and quite a spectacle.. Happens this Saturday… After that’s over, you might need a beer. Head on over to the brand new Out of Bounds Craft Kitchen and Biergarten, opening Saturday at 13407 Folsom Blvd (they’ve got wine, too!)…Speaking of beer, Red Bus opened a couple of weeks ago. Check them out, too… PowerHouse Pub has some great live music this weekend, kicking off with Love and Theft on Friday… on the real estate front, the usual spring bounce hasn’t really started, with only 69 homes for sale in Folsom today, compared to 96 at this time last year…fingers crossed…that’s it for now…go have some fun!

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March Miracle? Storms Bring Relief to Folsom Lake

Posted on: March 17, 2018

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Folsom Lake’s storage has risen by a whopping 78,000 acre feet over the past week, as storms brought much-needed rain to the region.

Current storage is at about 610,000 acre feet, which is 104% of the average storage for this time of year, with more rain expected next week.

Better yet, the storms dumped several feet of snow in the Sierras, which is the true measure of how our water year will turn out.

Experts warn that with the Sierra snow pack at about 65% of normal, it may be too early to call it a March miracle, but it is welcome relief.

We’ll know more when nnow pack measurement and water content reports come out next week.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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