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I guess it has a lot to do with how we think of the place or world we
live in. As a child I was torn apart by the notion that the spring
bubbling up was safe to enjoy over at my Aunt and Uncles . When
admonished not to drink ...my world view was seriously hurt. Wonder
became why not and here we are. Still wondering.

Bill

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