Still visiting my daughter and drinking the weird water of Phoenix. She and my son-in-law cope by using a reverse osmosis system to turn the hard H20 into something approaching potable agua.
Probably I’d get used to it if I lived here; for now, I cope by turning it into iced tea.
What I really resent, though, is the weirdly random stains the mineral-saturated water makes in the toilet bowls. I made it my mission to eliminate them.
And, as Abby noted in “The beauty of a clean toilet,” I succeeded. That’s because I had a secret weapon.
Oh, vinegar: Is there anything you can’t do?