Eau'dometer report

 

Be alert. Scan for targets.
Approach the water bottle quickly and calmly.
Pick up the bottle; measure contents and record.
Free water in grass or trees.
Recycle bottle.

May 25th, 2022. 6:58 pm. 

Initial Eau'dometer reading: (12, 286.2 mL).
Found: York Road Construction in front of NGF Canada.
Description: Nestle Pure Life, 500 ml.
Results: I watered the peas the next day.

May 24th, 2022. 1:58 pm. 

Initial Eau'dometer reading: (12, 186.2 mL).
Found: Parking lot of Park Ave Grocery, Guelph.
Description: Real Canadian, 100 ml.
Results: I watered Cort's grass. Put in blue bin.

 

May 10th, 2022. 2:16 pm. 

Initial Eau'dometer reading: (11, 686.2 mL).
Found: Lourdes High School parking lot, Guelph.
Description: Owala 1L water bottle, 500 ml.
Results: I watered lettuce seedlings.

March 9th, 2022. 3:43 pm. 

Initial Eau'dometer reading: (11, 436.2 mL).
Found: Johnston Green 
Description: Real Canadian, 250ml.
Results: I gave it to my dog in class

April 7th, 2022. 7:00 pm. 

Initial Eau'dometer reading: (10, 386.2 mL).
Found: Waterloo Avenue, Guelph, on the grass outside Balzac's. (i.e. draining down the Arkell Aquifer for profit and idiocy) and York Road at Menzies (Guelph), heading over to Audrey Avenue to look after my grandboyo. More of that Nestlé goodness, in the ditch.
Description: Nestlé, Pure Life: Natural spring water, 550 mL left in this 710 mL bottle and full bottle! 500mL of PURE ARKELL SPRINGS. 
Results: I am so gobsmacked by this waste of, well, everything that I'm willing to take suggestions for how to release these two very special hostages. What is your recommendation?

 

April 5th, 2022. 4:50 pm. 

Initial Eau'dometer reading: (9, 886.2 mL).
Found: Tim Horton's on Woodlawn Avenue West in Guelph.
Description: Egads! A variation on the water hostage vessel: A cup of water abandoned on the table at the Tim Horton's on Woodlawn Avenue West in Guelph. About 500 mL.
Results:  I decided to use it as a planting cup for my sweet potatoes: I'm growing slips for this year's crop.

April 4th, 2022. 4:50 pm. 

Initial Eau'dometer reading: (9, 646.2 mL).
Found: Just outside MacKinnon Building, U of G Campus.
Description: Nestlé "Pure Life". About 240ml.
Location of hostage release:  Pouring it off my front porch.
Result: Plastic bottle into blue recycling bin.

April 2nd, 2022. 6:35 pm

Initial Eau'dometer reading: (9, 446.2 mL).
Found: Halfway up Gordon Street Hill on my way to "Taunton House" play.
Description: Great Value Water. 200ml.
Location of hostage release: Poured it on the grass in front of Massey Hall, on U of G campus. 
Result: Plastic bottle into blue recycling bin.

April 1st, 2022. 9:12 am

Initial Eau'dometer reading: (9, 446.2 mL).
Found: Deposited in waste bin inside Guelph Medical Clinic.
Description: Nestlé. Approx 50 mL.
Location of hostage release: Grass on Cardigan St. boulevard.
Result: Plastic bottle into blue recycling bin on Wyndham St.

March 9th, 2022, 1:43 pm.

Initial Eau'dometer reading: 9445L.
Found: In grass in front of Art Gallery of Guelph (AGoG).
Description: Ethos water. Approx 700 mL.
Location of hostage release: Poured onto grass in front of AGoG.
Result: Plastic bottle carried home, put into Blue Bin.

January 26th, 2022, 2:32pm.

Initial Eau'dometer reading: 9445L
Found: Left on a table the night before, outside "The Common". (I went back an hour later).
Description: Pc Spring Source. Full bottle (500 ml).
Location of hostage release: Refilled the chickens' water.
Result: Plastic bottle into blue recycling bin at home.

September 30th, 2021, 4:11 pm.

Initial Eau'dometer reading: (9, 445 mL).
Found: Gordon Street near Wellington.
Description: Label missing. Approx 230 mL.
Location of hostage release: Poured onto grass boulevard.
Result: Plastic bottle into blue recycling bin at my home.

September 28th, 1.1:57pm.

Initial Eau'dometer reading: 8,945 mL
Found: Gordon Street near Wellington. University of Guelph Arboretum Road, in front of Child Care and Learning Centre.
Description: Nestle Waters. Full bottle (500 ml).
Location of hostage release: Poured onto their vegetable garden.
Result: Plastic bottle into blue recycling bin at University Centre.

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