Iron Spring (Manitou Springs, Colorado)

Iron Springs / Iron Springs Geyser ~ 515 Ruxton Avenue, Manitou Springs, Colorado ~ Article by Thomas Baurley, Leaf McGowan, Technogypsie Research Way up towards the Pikes Peak Cog Railroad and Dinner Theater is the historic “Iron Springs” or “Iron Springs Geyser”. Originally a natural spring that was drilled deeper making it a active geyser […]

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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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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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