Yes, I probably should be taking this lunch hour to grind through the hundreds of emails that racked up during my ten day vacation but I just couldn't resist a look at the stream flow gauge on a local river.
Low, but about average for this time of year. The water temps have to be pushing seventy which is why I'll stay away until September or so.
My brain lingered on this number for a moment and I realized that at this flow rate, the wastewater treatment plant upstream must be contributing a significant percentage to the flow. So, with the power of Google search and a spreadsheet I did the math.
11.09% of the river's flow is wastewater effluent. Yum!
And now for something completely different.
Clearing Storm, Grand Tetons