Thursday, July 3, 2014

Seattle Water

Photo courtesy Flickr

This town has justifiably been proud of its drinking water ever since Mr. Thompson piped in the first supply from the Green River. Water quality improved substantially when I remembered to, urk, wash the bottle I carry every day. Using fresh suds, I detailed the threads on the stopper with the photographer’s equipment dusting brush that lives over the sink. I rinsed with a little rubbing alcohol, also good for wiping faucet handles in sequence and for finishing the dishpan itself . Sometimes in the field I put a few drops of single-barrel bourbon in the water bottle from the small flask that is part of the first-aid kit.


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