Did you notice how deep the water was in the canal at about the 14 mile
marker? That will be the best indicator of how high the water table
is. We need it to drop about three feet from the lip of the canal to
help to dry out the salt surface for racing.
On Mar 27, 2006, at 9:48 AM, Ray Buck wrote:
> At 08:25 AM 03/27/2006, John Szalay wrote:
>> Testing , testing, Is this thing on ?
> Yeah, it's on. Just quiet.
> And since it's a quiet spell, I'll mention that my wife and I went to
> Wendover last Friday and took a few minutes to check out the Bend In
> The Road and Land's End. Here are some pics I took:
> The mud that the Bend is dry and hard. No problems there for the
> moment. Land's End is surrounded by water. It's about 2 or 3 inches
> deep in that area. I didn't go wading or driving in it to check it
> any further. I hope it drys up nice and smooth by August.
> Ray (the rat.)