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#1: Norma Dee (norm0908) on Jul 15, 2017
Where does the water for your house come from? And how does it taste? Phoenix water is terrible and everybody drinks bottled water or just uses the water for tea or coffee.#2: Aldege Cholette (Aldege) on Jul 15, 2017
Our water comes from a spring filled,dug well Norma. It is very cold and taste wonderful. Far better than bottled water. It's also free,except for the cost of electricity to pump it into the house. In the country you don't have a water bill to worry about and having a septic tank means you don't pay for waste water also. :)#3: Norma Dee (norm0908) on Jul 15, 2017
The small town I grew up in has an elevation of 3500 ft and borders a mountain range with an elevation of 7800. I got to go camping near the top of the mountains one summer and absolutely fell in love with the wonderful well water.#4: Kristen Coolman (kristen) on Jul 16, 2017
I worked one summer at a camp called Woodlee, in central Tennessee. The city water was horrid and tasted like sulfur, but there was a spring at the back of the camp with pure, cold, delicious water. We'd use it to drink from and even brush our teeth (after the campers had left for the day).#5: Teresa K (fasstar) on Jul 16, 2017
If you're wondering why the campers left, that's because it was a Christian Outreach camp. http://mountain-top.org/
Oh there's nothing better than cold mountain well or spring water.#6: Aldege Cholette (Aldege) on Jul 16, 2017
Fun blots, Aldege.
Kristen, I watched the video out of curiosity. There are ministries that call themselves "Christian" and there are ministries that really are Christian. The Mountain TOP program looks like one of those that is truly what Christianity is supposed to be.
Thx Kristen,Norma and Teresa. :)#7: Susan Duncan (medic25733) on Jul 21, 2017
Fun puzzle to solve. Wondering what the next steps will be#8: Tom O'Connell (sensei69) on Aug 19, 2017
I'm thirsty from doing the puz lol
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