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Surviving without well water

 

Last updated 7/1/2022 at 10:31am

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The Huss' persimmon tree survived their well water problems which lasted from Oct. 1, 2021, to April 1, 2022.

Carol & Paul Huss

Special to the Village News

In the fog of the morning, Oct. 1, I positioned the kitchen faucet (with a reverse osmosis filter located under the kitchen sink) to get water for our coffee. To my surprise, no water was to be obtained. There was no water anywhere in the house that day!

This put a hold on all laundry washing, automatic dishwasher working, and toilet flushing as well as cleaning for ourselves with showers and the rest of the household. The orchard, vineyard, and garden suffered also. Simply put, it was gross. Sponge baths and three-minute showers took place...



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