Where Does Water Come From?
That was the question my son asked yesterday. Luckily, my dad had the answer. There's a spring about a mile from my parent's house, and apparently, it's as popular as the local bar on free wing night. For an anonymous donation (usually a dollar or two), you can fill up to 18 one gallon jugs with crystal clear Pennsylvanian water. When I questioned whether or not the water would kill me, my dad informed me that I had been drinking it for years, and he was surprised I didn't know. They reuse supermarket water jugs, so I thought I was drinking Poland Spring. The boys got a kick out of filling the jugs, and I enjoyed explaining the process to my son.