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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by agrostis, Jan 15, 2014.
Best of health to your wife.
Actually , anyone with a septic system and a well is already doing this.
On another note , I wish your wife the best.
Sorry to jump into this so late, but here in Wyoming we could make all the power cal needs if Obama would back off coal. And we have gas wells that are drilled and ready to go, but there all the pipe lines that carry the gas are full.
OK maybe not all the power but we could make more power.
It is not only Obama but his buddy the EPA. Not to make this a political thread now but these are real concerns that affect all of us. Wyoming has the cleanest coal and California has some of the best resources to remedy these issues. Between all the environmentalist, businesses and residents, each wanting a different part, it's hard to get anything done.
Thank you still got a ways to go.
thanks for the well wishes
I didn't even think about this, but on a large enough scale is that doable? Money?
Thanks for the well wishes...with all the strain....wife sick, take care of kids...making sure business is ok.....it gets overwhelming . My wife's lung specialist was calling staff to make sure I was alright. She didn't want to be incubated because of her grandfather never made it back, so that day was a big fight. Thank god for true friends, family, an ex-wife, and god.
Been at her side and bored so came on here for an escape. Always like how other people try to solve CA water problems. Just like a drunk who won't help themselves, Ca needs to solve their own problems.
The problem is the desire, money and self pride gets in the way.
Thanks for the well wishes
Just downstream from Shasta Dam.
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Fat chance on enforcing a water-allotment contract during a drought emergency.