No Water

Last night, our faucets began doing their best desert impressions.  It looks like our 10-year-old well pump died.   Our plumber will be here later today to see what’s going on.   If it needs to be replaced, but the problem isn’t covered under our homeowners insurance, we’ll get to see how long we can function without a running water supply until we have the money.  Last time it was $2000, but the insurance paid for it.   On the bright side, the experience could come in handy if I buy raw land and have to camp on it.

 

 

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