ONE: eBay Water Item of the Week:
A working water system…just perfect for tiny suburbia! This is a 1960s vintage toy sink, made by Casdon in the UK. Seller notes “The item is in very good condition and the box is OK but has lost one flap.” GBP 14.99
TWO: Weird Water News Item of the Week:
The Radio 1 DJ was set the task of stomping through human waste in London’s Victorian sewer system for a mile by fellow radio host Chris Moyles.
Scott is being given a different “mile from hell” each day this week ahead of Sport Relief this weekend.
The afternoon presenter was kitted out with safety gear before descending underground with Thames Water’s chief sewer flusher Rob Smith, who has spent the last 20 years keeping London’s sewage moving. (screenshot from a hysterical video at bbc.co.uk/blogs)
THREE: Quotable Quote of the Week:
“That was one of the most bizarre two hours of my life – I’m sure I saw last night’s dinner floating past.”
Scott Mills, after his charity sewer trek.
FOUR: Water photo of the week:
Who Ya Gonna Call? by gazzat on Flickr (Taken in Budleigh Salterton, Devon, UK)
FIVE: Water Merch of the Week
Vintage Brit WWII propaganda on a modern Sigg water bottle, $28.00 from cafepress.com