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This is a type of bottled water sold in Los Angeles in nearby areas. From the label of the bottle you might believe that this water comes from a cascading creek flowing through a conifer woodland, or perhaps from the waters of Lake Arrowhead. In reality, this water actually comes from a faucet in a large turnout along highway 330. I know this because our car once overheated near this turnout, and a truck driver offered us water from the faucet to fill our radiator. After we took a gallon or two he started filling his big tanker truck (with ARROWHEAD MOUNTAIN SPRING WATER written in bold letters on the side) with the stuff. So we ended up using rather expensive bottled water as radiator coolant. As it turns out, i cant stand the taste of the stuff anyway, so it wasn't any loss.

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