The buoys at Regan Beach in South Lake Tahoe are still moored to cement blocks. They still have tags marking their registration. But they are not floating on the surface of the water. Instead, the white, globe-shaped buoys are sinking into the mud. Piers stretch above bare ground. An abandoned motorboat, still attached to its buoy, is marooned in ankle-deep water.
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