I recognize that this question might more appropriately fit in some other forum, but I am curious to get the Swamp Divers perspective on this (even recognizing that most of have probably never seen Lanier). I keep reading this story about the drought in Georgia (Atlanta area) and how Lake Lanier is precipitously low, loss of drinking water, imminent catastrophe for Atlanta, etc. First the obvious, it is indeed an impending catastrophe for the folks in Atlanta, I pray that they get lots of rain soon. They definitely need it. Everyone needs drinking water. I really want the perspective of the Swamp Divers because it would seem to me that the character of our Texas lakes is markedly different from Lake Lanier. I keep reading stories about how Lanier is about to dry up completely. Then the next sentence says the lake is only down 19 ft. ???? Does this sound odd to anyone besides me?