Just south of Woodstock, in the southern Catskills, and just inland of Kingston, the Ashokan Resevoir is the main source of water for New York City, sitting in a largely unspoiled watershed area. We get to come through here each time we drive from our Upstate house to Boiceville to visit the Bread Alone bakery. The water level seen here shows how it is fairly low at this time of the year.
We’ll Soon be Drinking That
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