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I leisurely filter 3 1.5-litre bottles of that greenish water from the Indian Spring tub and it tastes pretty good

I leisurely filter 3 1.5-litre bottles of that greenish water from the Indian Spring tub and it tastes pretty good Just like last year, bees are buzzing around the shallow water where it overflows from the Indian Spring troughThumbnailsI leave Indian Spring and start my way cross-country up to a saddle between two sets of pinnacles in the Castle PeaksJust like last year, bees are buzzing around the shallow water where it overflows from the Indian Spring troughThumbnailsI leave Indian Spring and start my way cross-country up to a saddle between two sets of pinnacles in the Castle PeaksJust like last year, bees are buzzing around the shallow water where it overflows from the Indian Spring troughThumbnailsI leave Indian Spring and start my way cross-country up to a saddle between two sets of pinnacles in the Castle PeaksJust like last year, bees are buzzing around the shallow water where it overflows from the Indian Spring troughThumbnailsI leave Indian Spring and start my way cross-country up to a saddle between two sets of pinnacles in the Castle PeaksJust like last year, bees are buzzing around the shallow water where it overflows from the Indian Spring troughThumbnailsI leave Indian Spring and start my way cross-country up to a saddle between two sets of pinnacles in the Castle Peaks

The water tastes better than the tap water I brought with me from the motel in Searchlight. In fact, it's the best water I've had so far on this trip. My MSR water filter is acting a bit erratic and I hope it's not about to fail.