Saturday, October 13, 2012

Grazer








Recent rains have presented road problems but lots of grass and flowers growing....just in time for Ben's home schooling on grazing.  Lots of clumps thriving so he has figured it out.  Started syphoning water out of the problem spot on the road this afternoon to speed up the drying process.  74,86,61,0,B, .20

6 comments:

markjamesmurphy said...

Do you think there could be a way to fix the road for good?

Larry G said...

ya...I was thinking... I've seen them use 2 1/2 inch stones to firm up soupy spots and I guess you could also get some of those metal grids but probably not cheap.

or do you like being occasionally "stuck"? :-)

All Energies said...

It would take the army corps of engineers (and a few million bucks) to fix that road.

How long did it take that hose to finish siphoning?

John Wells said...

started the siphon at 3PM....finished sometime overnight.

Allen Hare said...

The road problems out your way ain't nice, but it's probably the price you pay for living so far off the beaten path. Good thinking on the siphoning, though.

Daniel Filler said...

Hello Wells,

I was curious, do you filter the rainwater you collect for drinking? If so, how do you purify it?