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I like to shower. I enjoy clean clothes. I have to have my coffee in the morning–and night–lots of it.
But those things take water. Daily.
And for months now I have sympathized with my North Georgia friends who are suffering through the worst drought in 100 years.
Lakes Hartwell and Lanier are mud puddles. Docks are useless and more importantly good potable water is a rare commodity for tens of thousands of people.
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