Based on recent personal observations, it appears that NY 22's north end has been moved from the Quebec border at QC 219 and is now at US 11 in Mooers (pronounced "Moores"). Any remnants of NYSDOT signage has been removed between US 11 and QC 219, except for a bold button copy sign that greets you southbound just before the U.S. Customs station. There is also end signage on NY 22 northbound at US 11, I am told. However, there is nothing that shows this on the NYSDOT website. If anyone has more evidence of this, please respond.
During the winter of 2023 California experienced one of the wettest seasons in recent decades. Enough snow and water were deposited into the Sierra Nevada Mountains that the runoff was enough to partially reform Tulare Lake within San Joaquin Valley. Tulare Lake was once the largest lake west of the Mississippi River by surface area. Tulare Lake has been largely dried for the past century due to irrigation divisions and upstream impoundments. This blog will examine the history of Tulare Lake and its recent return. Pictured as the blog cover is Tulare Lake from 19th Avenue in Kings County during early May 2023. Tulare Lake can be seen near its maximum extent below on the 1876 P.Y. Baker Map of Tulare County . Part 1; the history of Tulare Lake Tulare Lake is the largest remnant of Lake Corcoran. Lake Corcoran once covered much of the entire Central Valley due to being it being located at a in natural low point from where mountain run-off would accumulate. Lake Corcoran is thou