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WaumbekWaterTower..

Uploaded by: suzi46

Tuesday October 29, 2013

mt washington, NH (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: built onsite 100yrs ago at 3,800'..the only source for water to fill the old steam boilers of the original engines..and 99.9% pure drinking water as well..it is spring fed with no pumping in or out necessary..gravity does it all..

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3. suzi46
11:24 PM GMT on October 30, 2013
no it doesn't John cause the natural springs that feed this giant tank constantly flush through..and the thick wooden sides keep the water at a constant temp of 50 degrees..we notice the same phenom here at home..even with temps at -20F we have a Spring that never freezes in the back of our home near the forest..
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2. fotomacc
11:06 PM GMT on October 30, 2013
I wonder if it becomes a big ice-block in the middle of winter.
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1. WanderWorld
8:00 PM GMT on October 30, 2013
Absolutely stunning. Look how steep it is. I must visit.
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suzi46

Living in the mountains of Western Maine on a 15 acre 'gentleman's farm', in a hand hewn log home, has been a wonderful experience these past 6 1/2 years. But it was time to downsize and make a major lifestyle change..so that's what we did!! Going from the Mt Washington Valley region of Maine/NH all the way down to the "Horse Capital of the World"..Marion County in Central Florida! New photo ops in a totally new and intriguing area of this very large and varied state..let the fun begin!

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