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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Buck_wheat, Oct 29, 2010.
Funny , most New England folk are not snake people, myself included/
Found this in a valve box a few years ago. I tried to get them out then just went in with my hands, no bites
I remember when I was either in kentucky or missouri for the Army, alot of the open training fields have cement bunkers buried in the ground so that during a tornado the soldiers could climb into them. One time when the alarms went off we openned the lid and their must have been half dozen snakes about 6 feet long. The guys jumped right in without hesitation, I decided to wait until the last minute. Luckily the debris never started flying close enough and I didn't have to climb into the snake pit
Valve Box Fungus!!
Who did you swipe that pic from? Those are external-bleed valves from waay back.
See what you miss not doing cold-call winterizings?
I drilled it into my crew about dealing with those cold calls: "You touch it, you own it."
I touched the fungus, so look out Planet Earth....
Meanwhile, for a nice view of the first-ever Manifold Tee...
:::Jumps over cliff with both cone markers in hand:::
Speaking of manifold tees, do any of you guys know anything about black abs plastic manifold tees? I dug up two this year at two different locations that the plastic had eroded from the inside out on the 90 bend.
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