I spent a good part of today with my head hanging over a toilet or a sink. No, I wasn’t sick, it was plumbing day. Little kids have unique ways of clogging up sinks and toilets sometimes without even trying. (Ironically, about 2 hours after I left Montreal last Monday, Joan had a problem with our toilet at home. The handle fell off. While I was enroute to a plumbing job in Haiti she was on the phone to a friend to come and help. Thanks John for bailing me out – I owe you!)
|Karen knows everyone|
|Don’t miss anything off the list Keith|
|Trying for a discount|
a well and is very good. It is electrically pumped up to 4 – 1000 gallons / 37,800 liters each holding tanks and is then distributed by gravity. When the electricity is off, which is often, the tanks can empty in a hurry. So, every leak and drip needs to be fixed. Replaced taps in the laundry and 2 others in the girls’ home and we are good for a few days. I hope.
|The water tanks|
|Old water tank platform|