The town of Beulah Colorado has gone dry. There is no water, not a drop, except in bottles, wells and a handful of swimming pools.
As Colorado struggles through the worst drought in its history, all of the town's creeks have dried up and the water districts don't have enough money to haul in water.
About 900 residents now have to get fetch their own water from Pueblo 25 miles away or to rely on bottled water.
A few of the luckier ones are tapping small, private wells. But many in the town in the Wet Mountains are left praying for rain.