An exciting day for Clif and me. After going to the grocery store to stock up on soup and instant oatmeal, we went for a ride and spotted many downed trees and wires. “Wowsah, look at that one.” “Ayuh,” my Yankee husband replied. Our big day ended with a stop at the town’s public water facet—thank you, Winthrop! Here’s a picture of Clif getting one of life’s most precious resources.
16 thoughts on “Hinterlands Update 2: Gettin’ Watah”
I couldn’t hit ‘like’ not because available water isn’t a great thing but I know how hard that would be to haul water to keep everything going at home. Here’e hoping they are getting closer to you. 🙂
So good you have clean water! Hope everything will return to normal soon and much love to you all ☺💖 xxx
That is hard. I hope things improve.
Thanks so much!
Hope you get water soon. To have heat, light and water all at the same time is such a privilege and a luxury isn’t it.
You got that right!
Stay safe and I hope you amenities are soon restored.
I’m thinking a lot at the moment about all the displaced people who have no clean water, shelter and warmth and what we can do to help them. it brings it closer to home to see friends suffering, even if only temporarily.
I thought about that too while trying to stay clean without running water. For us, it was temporary. For others, it is permanent, and I feel so bad for them. In my opinion, clean water is a right for every person on this planet. Unfortunately…
Bottled water is getting scarce in the stores. Kudos to Winthrop for having this available. Hope those trucks do their magic quickly.
We were lucky that our power came on yesterday. Fingers crossed that yours comes on soon.
Glad you have your power. Ours came back on Saturday evening. Yay!!!!!
This is the very thing I would find most difficult to cope with! How fortunate we are to have water on demand at home! I really hope you get your power soon!
You don’t realize how much water you use until you have to haul it all.
Yes. And it is so heavy!
It is indeed.
So glad your power is back on. Whenever that happens to us – even for a few hours, I am always humbled. My day goes into a tailspin & I find it hard to function. We’ve never had to go more than about 20 hours, and for that I am thankful.
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