Monday, May 17, 2010

The End of the Project

I had a problem - how do you take pictures of 700' of buried waterline and 3 faucets spaced several hundred yards apart? A helicopter would be useful, but pretty pricey. So you'll just have to take my word on it, it's DONE. Inbetween driving downpours today, with Big Orange and Big Red (and the puttputt, of course) on the job, we finally finished up for good early this evening. A job well done, and one that makes any upcoming vacation time a lot less stressful for us, knowing that we don't have to worry about everyone having a reliable water source, no matter what pasture they're in.

Big Red with the sand sled, ready for Dale to start shoveling out a yard of sand over the course of 700' of trenches

Roar's south pasture water tanks and newly installed faucet

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