A lot of people have a “thing”about water. In Colorado we had good tasting water, we never really questioned if it was good for us. In Houston the water was so chlorinated you couldn’t drink it right out of the tap. Our son in law worked finding areas to set up mini windmills in different areas of Texas. He also could set up these water mills that provided filtered water very cheap, and maintained these mills as well.  We learned about some of the extensive filtration system. We started using the water and it  tasted good.

Here in Wyoming, where I live, the water to most people isn’t good. Being the cantankerous person I am, I refuse to spend money on bottled water. If I go out and buy tea or juice drinks so popular now, I save the bottle, put it in the dishwasher and fill it with tap water and refrigerate it. It tastes great and recycles the bottles.

Growing up in Vermont, of course we had great water. I remember watching my dad do water witching. That’s another story.
Side note. Did anyone see CBS morning news on Friday? They had a segment on my home state Vermont, and how we used to make maple syrup. If anyone taped it, or ahem, recorded it? Please leave a comment below. Thanks.

Have a good weekend!

5 thoughts on “Prompt-44-Water

    1. Sure! It’s in my bio, but I had bladder cancer surgery two years ago, the result being loss of the bladder, having an artificial bag attached to my abdomen to collect urine. It’s an urostomy, which is fed directly from the kidneys. It’s just a humorous take on a bad situation. Ask away, I’ll answer honestly.


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