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COF: Spring water makes good coffee up at Knifley

COF writes:
Miz Emily's daddy left her his recipe which she goes down ta the hollar ta make a batch under a full moon oncet or twice a year.

A little o thet makes even stump water palatable.

Course as Roger "the wild child", Miller said it also "Make u wanna holla hidy hoe", and as Thumper Jones, "the possum" said it'll "make (yer) eyes bug out and your face turn blue."

Miz Emily also knows the where abouts o ever natural spring in the 3 county area so we'un are fixed up pretty well fer coffee en such.

- COF at Dun Roman
High o'er beautiful Downtown Knifley
Where we don't want fer much but are blessed with more then we need.

Comments re article 85166 Anyone have point-of-use solutions to bad tasting water

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