70% of All of Us

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  1. From a well near an old chicken coop and a pasture full of cattle, drilled deep into the dolostone and probably through a cave into an aquifer. The karst country under the thin layer of soil is a natural filter. Since private wells aren’t much required to be tested regularly, who knows what I’m drinking and washing with. The small Mississippi tributary that part runs through the grazing pasture and the fields in sight likely feeds it. Most of the time it tastes fine but sometimes, iron or sulphur. It still smells and tastes better than the horrible municipal water supply where I was staying before this– where anhydrous ammonia oozed in to the point of bleaching my hair.

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