We have what’s called “Third Stage” water treatment in our small town. (I don’t know what stages one and two represent, and possibly would prefer not to.) Suffice it to say that living next to the water treatment plant isn’t a choice area due to the sulfur-like fragrance that wafts in once in a while. (Who likes eating their morning Wheaties when everything smells like rotten eggs?)
Evidently, the water was A LOT worse before we moved here, before the water treatment plant started doing its thing. I’m sure the natives who remembered the old water were grateful.
I tend to shy away from nasty things, except that being a nurse has probably strengthened my olfactory resolve a bit. Nevertheless, given a choice… Continue reading “Meet you at the Dung Gate (bring your own shovel)”