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August 20, 2008

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Yeah for Santa Fe. Boot cast? Missed what you did.

This is fantastic! I think all towns and cities could do the same.

I cut down on showers when I had babies. No more showers every day for me. Of course, I expect the water savings was negligible since I was doing more laundry. And our efficient toilets have to be flushed twice more often than not. VERY frustrating.

Water seems so precious and beautiful in dry climates, doesn't it.
Wish I could send you some of the 120 inches a year we get here in Hilo. But we're careful with our water consumption anyway, since it's treated city water.

Hilo water is unfluoridated and tastes better than Kona water.

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