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Successful taste test of the water at Cottonwood Spring, Mojave National Preserve Filtering water from Cottonwood Spring, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsThe proud deed of pumping water completed, I begin my walk back down Cottonwood Canyon and toward Butcher Knife CanyonFiltering water from Cottonwood Spring, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsThe proud deed of pumping water completed, I begin my walk back down Cottonwood Canyon and toward Butcher Knife CanyonFiltering water from Cottonwood Spring, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsThe proud deed of pumping water completed, I begin my walk back down Cottonwood Canyon and toward Butcher Knife CanyonFiltering water from Cottonwood Spring, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsThe proud deed of pumping water completed, I begin my walk back down Cottonwood Canyon and toward Butcher Knife CanyonFiltering water from Cottonwood Spring, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsThe proud deed of pumping water completed, I begin my walk back down Cottonwood Canyon and toward Butcher Knife Canyon

The water from Cottonwood Spring tastes great filtered. It helps that the water is almost cold, so it's really refreshing on this warm day, the coolest water that I've drank since yesterday at Kelso Depot visitor centre.