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I refill my two-litre Camelbak and an empty 1.5-litre bottle with water from Indian Springs I pack a day bag and start today's hike by walking 1/4 mile up to Indian Springs to filter the day's drinking waterThumbnailsWith no set destination, I start walking up the wash past Indian Springs and notice some intriguing rock layersI pack a day bag and start today's hike by walking 1/4 mile up to Indian Springs to filter the day's drinking waterThumbnailsWith no set destination, I start walking up the wash past Indian Springs and notice some intriguing rock layersI pack a day bag and start today's hike by walking 1/4 mile up to Indian Springs to filter the day's drinking waterThumbnailsWith no set destination, I start walking up the wash past Indian Springs and notice some intriguing rock layersI pack a day bag and start today's hike by walking 1/4 mile up to Indian Springs to filter the day's drinking waterThumbnailsWith no set destination, I start walking up the wash past Indian Springs and notice some intriguing rock layersI pack a day bag and start today's hike by walking 1/4 mile up to Indian Springs to filter the day's drinking waterThumbnailsWith no set destination, I start walking up the wash past Indian Springs and notice some intriguing rock layers

I expect to drink most of this during the afternoon. The filtered Indian Springs water has a slight greenish tint but tastes great. - I expect to drink most of this during the afternoon. The filtered Indian Springs water has a slight greenish tint but tastes great.

The small stream has a fairly high algae content--enough that I have to clean my water filter a couple of times while pumping this relatively small quantity of water.