These are closeups of the native American dam and the reservoir. A road divides the lake and this smaller body of water. If you pay close attention you will see that many sand bars and peninsulas remain exposed. This is because the drought that was effecting California is also effecting this lake so the water levels are very low no less the lake is still very deep. In this video you can also see the volcanic spires of the high sierras covered in snow and even the pine nut mountain range. The natives would go up into the pine nut mountains to gather seeds and the of course the pine nuts to be stored away as a food source.