Sonja

Sonja

Posted on 07/16/2015


Photo taken on October 20, 2014



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Source in the Forest / Quelle im Wald

Source in the Forest / Quelle im Wald
The accessible and potable Source of the Prince-Bishop in its shelter, where it is rather dark / Die einfach erreichbare und trinkbare Fuerstenquelle (Nach dem Fuerstbischoff von Salzburg der das Dorf gerne aufsuchte) ist in einem ueberdachten finsteren Unterstand gefasst.

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6 comments - The latest ones
Ron Hanko
Ron Hanko
Lovely spring. Did you try the water?
2 years ago.
Sonja
Sonja
Yes I tried it, it is expressively drinking water after all. Neither peaty nor sulfury or any other really weird "heathy" taste and very fresh and cool, so in all rather okay to drink. Likely just a bit of magnesium and silicic acid along with a few folk beliefs. :)
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
Levina de Ruijter
Levina de Ruijter
I was wondering about that too. Not sure I would have the courage to take a sip though...
2 years ago.
Sonja has replied to Levina de Ruijter
Free spring water right from the source is a common concept in the mountains. They do test the open wells, and if anything in ontoward, they remove the signs that it is drinkable and put up warnings and if it is really bad fences even.
I am always curious about the taste of the potable labeled stuff.
2 years ago.
Eunice Perkins
Eunice Perkins
It would be a lot healthier than our tap water full of fluoride and chlorine!!
2 years ago.
Sonja has replied to Eunice Perkins
I can imagine your tapwater! Just hang in there. I lived in industrial centres througout the USA, Germany and assorted counties of eastern Europe, have been to hotels in cities of half of western Europe as well... in my experiance most well populated and level places got yucky tasting tapwater made "safe" the quick way so you need to buy bottled mountain water for drinking and better dont swallow when brushing the teeth.
2 years ago.