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If I had a house or place to offer for it I would but if someone could host it and enough ppl had interest I would be more than happy to bring drinks, food, or throw in some money or something. Either that or if someone needs help with a project or something and ppl wanted to help out that'd work too
If someone wants to supply the village I'll bring the idiot!
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Last edited by Loud & Proud; 10-10-2007 at 05:54 PM.
Sadly, I thought all my gutters were plumbed together and went to a single, large well.
It seems each leader feeds it's own underground plumbing and dry well. The two dry wells I dug up so far are pitiful. One's a plastic thing full of pebbles with barely enough capacity for a good long ****. The other is a large pipe thrown into the ground vertically that's about 8' long, with no percolation holes that I could see while danging a super-bright LED flashlight down there on a string. And, it smelled like rotting racoon flesh. Bleah. Though the vertical pipe one confused me, because I pumped 600 gallons per hour for 3.5 hours before the length of hose I shoved down there wasn't long enough. So, I'm not sure if there's a tank there or not, or maybe it's just so far down I haven't hit it with the shovel yet.
And you're right, with all the dirt, rocks, bricks, gravel I've uncovered thus far, there's no shortage of backfill material. I'll just have to sort the debris so the larger pieces go in and the stupid annoying pebbles (and dirt) stays out.
Steve, just set it up for a time and place that suits you since you are hosting.
Give the members at least 30 days advance notice. Make sure there is good food available. Try to keep the travel time one way down for most of the members you think would attend.
It doesn't matter to me, I would try to make it anywhere except the very northern part of the state. You may even be able to get some PA FTE'rs to come also. I would guess travel time one way of two hours max would work for most that really want to be part of the NJ chapter.
Tom what do you think?
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