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Ow...Busted spigot pipe or supply for well?
Tying into the existing hydrant/supply line to add 2 new hydrants into a horse corral and pasture. Also extending the electric so I can run tank heaters and not bust ice all winter.

Running the Mini Excavator was fun! But not something I'd wand to do for a living. Props to guys who do that full time.
 
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I like Sous's view better than my weekend view....

Looks like trenches we dug in Iraq and Pakistan for water and communications lines... man I do not miss that crap one bit...
 
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Originally Posted by ZachinCO View Post
Tying into the existing hydrant/supply line to add 2 new hydrants into a horse corral and pasture. Also extending the electric so I can run tank heaters and not bust ice all winter.

Running the Mini Excavator was fun! But not something I'd wand to do for a living. Props to guys who do that full time.
I have to get out and find my leak to our horses stall. One more thing that has to be done before we go with the grand kids. Come on over, you can locate mine.
 
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Originally Posted by ZachinCO View Post
Tying into the existing hydrant/supply line to add 2 new hydrants into a horse corral and pasture. Also extending the electric so I can run tank heaters and not bust ice all winter.

Running the Mini Excavator was fun! But not something I'd wand to do for a living. Props to guys who do that full time.
It is a bitch but... I really love having not to bust ice in the winter myself. Installed it at our old place up in Elizabeth...but already in place when we bought this location. But it has the automatic waterers that are heated. Too easy.

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I have to get out and find my leak to our horses stall. One more thing that has to be done before we go with the grand kids. Come on over, you can locate mine.
I Had to do this to our old place. about 400ft of pipe and electric. Pain in the *** but well worth it. Just be sure to give yourself a little extra in amperage. You never know what you are going to need plugged in out there and the standard tank heaters take anywhere from 7 - 9 amps. Doesn't leave much on a 15 amp circuit.

 
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It is a bitch but... I really love having not to bust ice in the winter myself. Installed it at our old place up in Elizabeth...but already in place when we bought this location. But it has the automatic waterers that are heated. Too easy.



I Had to do this to our old place. about 400ft of pipe and electric. Pain in the *** but well worth it. Just be sure to give yourself a little extra in amperage. You never know what you are going to need plugged in out there and the standard tank heaters take anywhere from 7 - 9 amps. Doesn't leave much on a 15 amp circuit.
Chets' in soCal. He'll need a permit before breaking ground. Hell, he needs a permit for thinking about breaking ground. Then, you need the gas co to sniff, edison to mark, and county for sewer. NASA to sample soil and finally Water Co to even allow for added pipe...time to sell Chet
 
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‘Sous, do you detail your truck before you take pictures? Looks like a relaxing environment and my guess quiet this time of year!
 
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‘Sous, do you detail your truck before you take pictures? Looks like a relaxing environment and my guess quiet this time of year!
No sir, but I do keep the vehicles we own clean. They have to last and I hope by taking care of them they take care of us.

Our 2008 Subaru looks new, despite being our mountain trail scout.
 
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No sir, but I do keep the vehicles we own clean. They have to last and I hope by taking care of them they take care of us.

Our 2008 Subaru looks new, despite being our mountain trail scout.
‘It’s got to be the humidity by you, it’s so dry here that we get that super fine dust on everything. You can’t drive anywhere and have the vehicle look as good as it did in the driveway. Your truck looks great.
 
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I have to get out and find my leak to our horses stall. One more thing that has to be done before we go with the grand kids. Come on over, you can locate mine.
Did that earlier this year before winter was over, by hand. After that I said I'll pay and rent the mini-x every time. Mine was 6ft deep Busted at the brass housing where it meets the line.
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It is a bitch but... I really love having not to bust ice in the winter myself. Installed it at our old place up in Elizabeth...but already in place when we bought this location. But it has the automatic waterers that are heated. Too easy.



I Had to do this to our old place. about 400ft of pipe and electric. Pain in the *** but well worth it. Just be sure to give yourself a little extra in amperage. You never know what you are going to need plugged in out there and the standard tank heaters take anywhere from 7 - 9 amps. Doesn't leave much on a 15 amp circuit.
I'm going to really enjoy not busting ice every morning and I'm sure the horses and cows will appreciate it too!
 
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I like Sous's view better than my weekend view....

Yeah, had to do that crapola last Fall in South Dakota on the ranch I was working on. What an absolute PITA.
 
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In an off topic,maybe Stewart can tell us. Why don't we have a "like" button on our forum? They're pretty handy. Is it possible we would get one?
 

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In an off topic,maybe Stewart can tell us. Why don't we have a "like" button on our forum? They're pretty handy. Is it possible we would get one?
speaking of buttons, maybe its just my phone but, because the SUBSCRIBE and GO TO LAST POST buttons are atop eachother, ive subscribed to sooo many threads lol because my phone, at the last second, adjust its self causing me to hit that button...what about putting last post button on other side of screen
 

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I like Sous's view better than my weekend view....
I can't hold back anymore...I just have to comment on how odd that pocket or layer of round stones looks a couple of feet down from the surface in that picture.
 
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I can't hold back anymore...I just have to comment on how odd that pocket or layer of round stones looks a couple of feet down from the surface in that picture.
SHHHH!!! Thats the remnants of the last property owner. No one was supposed to notice that!
 

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