Seven Minute Spring (Manitou Springs, CO)

Seven Minute Spring~ Manitou Springs, Colorado ~ Article by Thomas Baurley, Leaf McGowan, Technogypsie Research The Seven Minute Spring was man-made and drilled in 1909 near the former Manitou House Hotel. The drilling hit a limestone cavity of ancient carbonated waters that created a geyser that would erupt every 7 minutes giving label to its […]

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The Magic and Minerals of Manitou Springs

The Magical Mineral springs of Manitou~ 354 Manitou Ave, Manitou Springs, Colorado ~ Article by Thomas Baurley, Leaf McGowan, Technogypsie Research The little touristy village of Manitou Springs is most famous for its mineral springs that well up through eight (previously 10, upwards of 50) fonts peppered throughout the town. These springs are free to […]

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Stratton Spring (Manitou Springs, CO)

Stratton Spring, Manitou Springs, Colorado, USA Stratton SpringManitou Springs, Colorado From the deep fissures of the Ute Pass Fault, where the rainwater and snow melt of Pikes Peak meet and become heated and mineralized in the deep limestone caverns where they take thousands of years to make their way to the surface absorbing numerous minerals […]

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Soap Lake, Washington

Soap Lake, Washington ~ 47°23′18″N 119°29′15″W (47.388341, -119.487611) ~ Both a small town and a natural phenomena of a magical healing lake, “Soap Lake” was called “Smokiam” by the Native Americans as “Healing Waters”. It is a soft mineral lake in between Ephrata and Coulee. It is located in Grant County Washington. The abundant mineral […]

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Sol Duc Hot Springs, Olympic National Forest, Washington

Sol Duc Hotsprings and Campground, Olympic National Forest, WAhttp://www.olympicnationalparks.com/lodging/sol-duc-hot-springs-resort/ As opposed to the rustic natural state of the Olympic Hot Springs, Sol Duc is the developed National Park Service hot springs resort in the Olympic National Forest. We wound up going here when we found out the road to Olympic Hot Springs had been washed […]

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St. Colmcille’s Well (Swords, Ireland)

Sord Chomcille Well – St. Colmcille or St. Columb’s WellWell Road, Swords, Irelandhttp://www.technogypsie.com/reviews/?p=24179 This is the infamous holy well that “Swords” was named after. It was here that St. Colmcille came in 560 C.E., remarked of its clear or pure waters (Irish: Sord) and blessed the waters making it a holy well. The water was […]

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St. Werburgh’s Well (Swords, Ireland)

St Werburth’s Well Finlay/Swords/Dublin, Irelandhttp://www.technogypsie.com/reviews/?p=24191 A well found just down the slope from the Kellogg company in Finlay/Swords area of Dublin county. Just besides the Airside retail park in the holy well section. Believed to be a relatively newer designated holy well, it has a Facebook fan page and is named after St. Werburth, a […]

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