On May 18, 1980 Mt. Saint Helens blew her top. And we are still dealing with the ash. It gets on and in everything! Its gritty and fluffy like baby powder. The more you mess with it, the powdery it gets! There are layers and layers of ancient ash from many volcanoes. And we don't even live near any mountains! A geologists dream!
We have been putting in water tanks for the past year. 3 have been up and running. Now we are working on 4 more. Had to dig a new well for them. It gets about 200 gallons a minuet and is only 90 feet deep.
Here's one water tank getting put together. We use grain tank rings to assemble the tanks. The concrete company mixes the concrete on site. So there is no waste. You get what you pay for.
The ash piles from the ditch.
The ditch digger.
The cows making sure we do it right!
My bottle baby - Beanstalk.
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