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Plumbing 101

What does plumbing have to do with a horse retirement farm? A lot when you realize one of your water lines has a leak!! To say we were both dreading tackling this job would be an understatement. I don’t know what we did to anger the fix-it gods of the universe, but it seems that whenever Jason and I tackle projects like this it always takes five times longer than it should and costs three times as much money.

Such a little leak, but such a big problem!

Digging the trench

A little over an hour later we were back at the farm. Jason pulled off the old coupler, and then prepared the new one. Placing the coupler on the first side of the pipe was easy because we could just use a hammer to pound it on. The second side is trickier since you can’t use a hammer, or anything but your own sweat and muscles. Thank goodness Jason was around to do that job! Removing the old coupler – the easy part

Way to go Jason! Mission accomplished and filling the trench back in.

I hope the horses appreciate all that we do for them. I doubt it!

#bear #farmmaintenance #jason

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