|The water would probably have|
flooded my septic field and I will
be getting the smell from that
for a few days!
He asked me to check around and see if any of my pipes had broken, for the pressure was down to 20% and had been since last night. He had been up at 3 am looking for the primary spots where this might have happened. Enough water is coming down the stream, the problem is not at the intake.
I checked my inside water valves, and looked on the side of my basement wall, where once there was a leak that had caused a waterfall in that spot.
Everything looked good to me on the inside of the house.
An hour later I heard a snowball hit my window.
There were David and Glen at the cabin side of my house.
The broken pipe was obvious and both men were fixing the spot.
A temporary fix so that everyone else can have water. And a larger fix to be done in the spring.
Then Glen dug me out a path to my compost.
Do I really need to compost for just 10 days. Apparently I think I do.
Empty the snow out of the bin.
Find the lid.
Readjust the 2 bottom parts.
David just told me to come down
and use his 3 bins.
Just a small path from the basement to the compost, but a big job.
I had also asked David to take out the panes of glass out of the railing on my porch so that I could shovel the snow off of the deck.
|We can do it! We can do it! We can do it!|
I thought it was generous of him to invite me to supplicate for such a wish from the heavens, since he and his family have arranged a big ski holiday for 5 days.