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Filtering water from Cottonwood Spring, Mojave National Preserve The stream is too shallow to pump water from it, so I dig a small depression to accept the intake hose of my water filterThumbnailsSuccessful taste test of the water at Cottonwood Spring, Mojave National PreserveThe stream is too shallow to pump water from it, so I dig a small depression to accept the intake hose of my water filterThumbnailsSuccessful taste test of the water at Cottonwood Spring, Mojave National PreserveThe stream is too shallow to pump water from it, so I dig a small depression to accept the intake hose of my water filterThumbnailsSuccessful taste test of the water at Cottonwood Spring, Mojave National PreserveThe stream is too shallow to pump water from it, so I dig a small depression to accept the intake hose of my water filterThumbnailsSuccessful taste test of the water at Cottonwood Spring, Mojave National PreserveThe stream is too shallow to pump water from it, so I dig a small depression to accept the intake hose of my water filterThumbnailsSuccessful taste test of the water at Cottonwood Spring, Mojave National Preserve

I've waited five minutes, and the silt in the depression that I dug in the stream has cleared away. I'm filling my half-depleted two-litre Camelbak and two empty 1.5-litre water bottles.