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Old 08-18-2007, 02:54 AM
 
Location: on an island
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That's an interesting story, Mac. Maybe that's why Scottish salmon tastes so good.
We have moved since my first post to this thread.
Now we are over on the northeast side.
Within days after moving here, my already dry skin began to feel even more wretchedly tight and dry. Our builder had previously recommended that we have a water softener treatment installed, and I did not need any convincing.
We spent over a thousand bucks.
We also have a water filter inside my 'fridge, and I still use my Britta.
Everything is fine now.
There is no way I am going to buy any plastic-bottled water.
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Old 08-18-2007, 08:24 AM
 
Location: Under the SUNNY WARM SUN ....
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My input:
There is only one good thing I can say for living in Jackson County
is my well water is excellant. There is none other in the entire state
to compare - IMO.
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Old 08-18-2007, 09:47 AM
 
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My input:
There is only one good thing I can say for living in Jackson County
is my well water is excellant. There is none other in the entire state
to compare - IMO.
Same here in Pasco County. Best water I ever tasted. We lived here 10 years, and I would always ask the well experts if we needed to have it tested, etc., and they always said NO - and that they themselves always drank out of all the wells they worked on.
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Old 08-18-2007, 10:10 AM
 
Location: Somewhere in northern Alabama
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Water in the Margate area has seasonal issues. It was always potable when we lived there, but at some times of the year if you filled a bathtub, the water would have a distinct green tint. If there hadn't been rains for a while and the water came from deeper down in the aquifer, it was clear and good tasting. When I had an issue with kidney stones, I began drinking distilled water instead of tap water. The residue in the little distiller always had the characteristic brown tint of cooked organic matter, along with the lime scale. Yum. Stone soup.
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