Joel Royman relaxes at Stillwater Float Center. Forty percent of customers return, the owners say. Users shower first, filters clean the water between customers and overnight, and the high salinity of the water prevents bacteria from forming.
Joel Royman relaxes at Stillwater Float Center. Forty percent of customers return, the owners say. Users shower first, filters clean the water between customers and overnight, and the high salinity of the water prevents bacteria from forming. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Joel Royman relaxes at Stillwater Float Center. Forty percent of customers return, the owners say. Users shower first, filters clean the water between customers and overnight, and the high salinity of the water prevents bacteria from forming. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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