Water For Emergencies
Horse and horseman trainer, Kate Busa, serving the equestrian community of North Carolina's Piedmont Region and south-central Virginia. Kate helps horses and the people who love them to establish respectful, mutually rewarding, and healthy relationships both on the ground and under saddle. Kate's way is neither New Age nor cowboy...it's just horse sense.
On The Pond Farm
Well! When aren't there works in progress! Some for about 20 years... Oh! Lets not go there. I know Kristin - your quilt! Don't you love this detail in the fabric? These are two projects that are underway right now. Both involve a little piecing and design. Just different materials. One is a bit tough on my shoulder, but fun nonetheless. The slow to get started project, till Dave got it going, is the field stone pad for the frost free faucet from the second spring. I wanted an area that…
While we had the trenches open for electricity, we also put in water lines. Now, next to each subpanel there is a "frost-free yard hydrant." It looks like this: The drain rock catches lost water without it making a mess. You can set a bucket on the rock, or hang the bucket from the hydrant. When you turn off the water, a valve at the bottom opens and drains the vertical pipe underground. This prevents damage from freezing in the winter. Underground, the water pipe is connected to the hydrant…
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