Diving enthusiasts rave about this deep artesian well in seemingly the unlikeliest of locations. It is cold (62 degrees F) and small for swimmers (only 80' in diameter at the surface, broader below), though, and the tourist area surrounding it has an air of dessicated decrepitness about it that reminds one of a played-out Southwestern mine shaft. Still, the kids at the surface of the hole were highly enthusiastic about the splashing opportunities, if also consistent in marveling at the low temperature of the water.
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