Desert Hike

This post has been compensated by Kona Deep, as always opinions expressed are my own. #RethinkYourWater

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While most of the world is quite chilly, a majority of us in Arizona are enjoying sunshine days. This hiking trail is close by our house and after a few days of cold weather (by Phoenician standards), the sun came out and stayed around 60 degrees. We thought it was a perfect day to get outside.

Raise your hand if you love Hawaii! Kona Deep drinking water has arrived in Arizona – it’s water sourced 3,000 feet below Hawaii ocean waters and get this – it has natural ocean electrolytes from the deep ocean. Nothing is added, it’s completely natural. I can be in the desert and still be hydrated by ocean waters.

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Kona Deep drinking water has traveled far – from melted glaciers in Greenland and Iceland that sunk to the bottom of the ocean floor, flowing through the oceans around the globe and traveling under volcanic fissures where it soaks up the electrolytes and minerals before it’s bottled at the source – Kona Hawaii. Now that’s historic water in a bottle!

It has a pure, great smooth taste as Mr. Wonderful and I described it going down as silky. It’s refreshing and big plus – good for you. Electrolytes are essential minerals that help our bodies stay hydrated.

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Arizona residents can find Kona Deep at AJ’s Fine Foods, Healthy Habit and Sprouts Farmer Markets. If you don’t live in Hawaii or Arizona (the available markets right now) you can buy online via Amazon Prime – case of 12, and case of 24. I know you’re going to love Kona Deep as much as I do. Find Kona Deep on Twitter.

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Thank you Kona Deep for sponsoring this post.

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive antique shopper. You can typically find her in her garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next epic party.

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