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whitney

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I now have WATER in the barn! YEAH! And I did it all by myself!
 

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Man, that looks like fun. I do think you should have used a "walk behind". They really build character.

Good job.

 

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You are very resourceful! Congratulations on your new water.

Love that little path that leads to your barn, that looks gorgeous back there. It's looking so cozy and like a delightful little trek to the barn. Bet it's just beautiful in the fall too. Please post pics of your barn when you can, inside and out!
 

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Mr. AlB. I could have read a BOOK while that machine did all the work.

But don't fret I got plenty of physical labor with the post hole diggers where that MIGHTY MACHINE couldn't go.

I have been in the BUTT CRACK of the EARTH and lived to tell the story........

I still have the electric/coax/phone line to manually bury.
 

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You can run the electric and phone lines in another pipe and bury it the same way. It will not need to go near as deep. Just a thought as in most areas the electic line needs to be run in a pipe anyway.
 

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Hi Geese, I purchased the "BIG" 3 wire underground cable that doesn't need a housing.

I do plan on putting the phone and coax in the same type of pipe the water is in only 1" and 21" from the electric per AlB.

That DITCH WITCH was a RIOT to operate. I was ready to dig me a moat around the entire house.
 
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Whoohoo! When the weather breaks for good here, we'll be doing that too at the new farm. It has a good well, but we're putting in the lines to rural water too.
 

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