"There's always plenty of snow, but you may just have to go out of state for it," said Rinda Wohlwend, 62, who belongs to two ski clubs in Southern California. "I'm a very avid tennis player, so I'd probably play more tennis."As long we can still play something, why worry?
Oh. Uh-oh. But this doesn't look good:
Changes in the mountain snowpack could lead to expensive water disputes between cities and farmers....Any drastic changes to the state's $30 billion agriculture industry would have national implications, since California's fertile valleys provide half the country's fresh fruits, nuts and vegetables....I'm guessing that the rich are going to get the water. Anyone want to bet against me?
"Obviously, it's going to mean that choices are going to be made about who's going to get the water," said Brian Nowicki, a biologist in Tucson, Ariz.
When you are making your last minute tax-deductible donations to the non-profits of your choosing, you might think about saving some back to spend on a tennis racket.