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Winter Returned


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9 minutes ago, diyer2 said:

19 this morning and 1 inch of snow. Need more moisture.

Got snow on top of my well line leak. Original owner used thin sided French drain PVC for conduit to protect the water line PVC. Well that’s a new one. Lasted 23 years but wonder how long it leaked. Ugh 😑 



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1 hour ago, diyer2 said:

12 degrees and 1 inch of snow this morning. Old pic, west view.


Roughly same temp here with 3-5" above 8000'. ENJOY!!!  So glad I got my water line repaired but waiting for contractor to come back to finish the work under house in crawl space. Sadly my pressure tank is damaged but working, waiting for him to install the new one too.  I can get down there but I have trouble getting out....

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Winter to me is no big deal mainly because I'm retired so no commuting for work, I can plan around the weather.

10 this morning with 4 inches. 

Had to repost this pic. 


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Snow missed us but we got the cold. I have to go to VA for treatment twice a week and thats why the trail boss custom is so welcome.......having water connection and new pressure tank and T fitting again is welcome too....LOL  




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