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“Yes | No | Report from steve182 wrote 30 weeks 1 day ago must be a good spring-fed stream if you still catching nice brookies in july.”
“The picture would be complete if only President Obama would come down to Orange Beach and Gulf Shores Alabama with his family and lend a much needed hand in cleaning up what BP has left behind (as opposed to a short photo-op in pristine spring-fed waters).”
“The house has spring-fed water and a large solar panel.”
“Texas has some spring-fed places which are pretty cold and the state stocks trout in the spring for stock-and-catch but the consensus is that they do not survive the heat of the summers.”
“After moving to a former spring-fed bathhouse there are several dozen mineral springs in town, this 25-year-old institution is believed by locals to be damned by Indian spirits unhappy with white man's desire to profit from sacred healing water.”
“Nestle has 26 spring-fed bottling plants in the United States and Canada, but none in the Northwest, Palais said, forcing it to ship bottles from Northern California or British Columbia to meet Northwest demand.”
“Christina Binkley for The Wall Street Journal Furnace Creek Ranch is a 1920s hacienda-style structure in the park, with a spring-fed swimming pool, massage rooms and four tennis courts.”
“We'd booked three nights at the Inn at Furnace Creek, a 1920s hacienda-style structure in the park, with a spring-fed swimming pool, massage rooms and four tennis courts.”
“With other rivers reduced to a trickle, the spring-fed Comal is also attracting more people—more than 10,000 on a busy weekend is the norm, officials say.”
“These large, spring-fed pools are usually surrounded by green spaces perfect for picnicking.”
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