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2010/097: Manitou Springs

Sampling the mineral springs.

This was the one that smelled so bad, and the only one I didn’t try.

10 responses

  1. I tried the water in Bath, England, which is supposed to be filled with good stuff for your body. Well, it might be but it was the nastiest water I have ever drank. I’ll pass on these, too.

    How did your daughter like it?

    7. April, 2010 at 07:00

  2. I grew up in Bad Cannstatt, which is a suburb of Stuttgart, Germany, and there was/is a mineral spring, too. You would always see people filling up their bottles, but the water tasted NASTY!
    These actually weren’t too bad at all. There wasn’t a lot of flavor (at least the ones that I tried).
    The kids thought they were OK….. at least not bad enough to make them stop tasting the next ones we found 😉

    7. April, 2010 at 07:06

  3. doreen3boys

    what a neat experience! I can’t say I’ve ever had water from a spring.

    7. April, 2010 at 07:14

  4. What a neat place! When spring water is good, it is really, really good and when it is bad, boy-oh-boy, it’s BAD! LOL! We used to visit a natural spring that literally was a little spigot in some concrete right off the highway. You’d never know it was there. We would stop on our way to the lake and fill up all our water bottles. Was the BEST water I’ve ever had!

    7. April, 2010 at 08:27

    • There must have been a few like that in Manitou Springs, because we didn’t find them all.

      7. April, 2010 at 10:02

  5. plainmama

    Interesting that it didn’t taste much different How many did you guys taste?

    7. April, 2010 at 09:59

    • We tasted 5 or 6… can’t remember if I got pictures of all of them or if I missed one. You could tell that it wasn’t regular water, and I would have preferred it to be a little colder than it was.

      7. April, 2010 at 10:03

  6. Talking about mineral water…
    Once upon a time, I visited Sct. Cesare Terme in Italy. Of course I had a swim in their mineral water. My skin smelled of phosphor and sulfur for days – inspite of frequent showers!
    My advice: Don’t drink it if you ever go there!

    7. April, 2010 at 16:00

    • LOL thanks for the advice…. I won’t be swimming in it either.
      The last spring pictured (Navajo Geyser) smelled like sulphur. Yuck!

      7. April, 2010 at 16:10

  7. dalia

    that sounds like fun! I have had some that are really good.

    7. April, 2010 at 19:56

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