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The water at Howe Spring is quite stagnant! The old cistern at Howe Spring is dry, but there is some water in the adjacent hole in the groundThumbnailsI continue walking up the wash beyond Howe Spring toward the top of one of the forks of Butcher Knife CanyonThe old cistern at Howe Spring is dry, but there is some water in the adjacent hole in the groundThumbnailsI continue walking up the wash beyond Howe Spring toward the top of one of the forks of Butcher Knife CanyonThe old cistern at Howe Spring is dry, but there is some water in the adjacent hole in the groundThumbnailsI continue walking up the wash beyond Howe Spring toward the top of one of the forks of Butcher Knife CanyonThe old cistern at Howe Spring is dry, but there is some water in the adjacent hole in the groundThumbnailsI continue walking up the wash beyond Howe Spring toward the top of one of the forks of Butcher Knife CanyonThe old cistern at Howe Spring is dry, but there is some water in the adjacent hole in the groundThumbnailsI continue walking up the wash beyond Howe Spring toward the top of one of the forks of Butcher Knife Canyon

A water filter would probably make this safe to drink, but I'm glad I've brought sufficient water with me today (6 litres).