IN 2014, THE GOVERNMENT of Flint, Michigan, switched the city's water source to the Flint River, and you've probably heard what happened next: Officials failed to add important corrosion inhibitors to prevent water from leaching metal out of the city's aging pipes. Soon, dangerous levels of lead infiltrated the water system. To protect themselves and their children from lead's side effects—weakness, developmental delays, and seizures—concerned residents have turned to bottled water. Lots of it. Here's a glimpse of what it's like to live life in the midst of a water crisis, bottle by bottle.