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    Quote Originally Posted by Boar View Post
    All we got is rain this spring, and now all heat. I built this to help irrigate the gardens.
    Do you use a pump or just use gravity for pressure? I like this idea, just planning for future use.
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    Its just gravity pressured. I don't need much for simply watering the garden. From the perimeter of the garden I can reach all the plants with the hose, and I can simply drive by and water trees. Very low tech and cheap, to get the job done. I had the carry-all. All I did was strap the food-grade IBC tote to it. The only thing that got tricky was the threads trying to go from 2 inch quick connect to garden hose. Kind of ugly, but I had to buy/configure it locally in the pinch. I couldn't wait days for shipping for online. The IBC is a temporary measure when it gets real dry, and until I get my permanent garden established at my own property.
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    Id love to have at least one more of those totes. I have one that was given to me but it had fuel in it at one time - gasoline at that. I use it for junk water like when draining my fuel tank of water.

    But around here people want way too much for them as the drilling (fracking) outfits use them. Seem to run around $75.
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    I set up this just after our 2001 August wildfire. You can see the burned trees in the background it did get to 10 ft of the little barn! This is a 250 gal tank, now it has a Low Profile 500 gallon tank and this tank waters goats on a remote pasture. I put a pump and several kinds of hoses on it. I can hitch up to this with my truck or tractor to water cows if needed. Got the trailer for free it was burned up in this fire but I repaired it with a new axle, tires and bed. I can hook this into my homes water system and have Potable Water in case my well has a problem. There handy even wetting down a dry area your working on with your tractor. I will be using it if we don't get rain soon on my dirt project to wet it down.Click image for larger version.

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ID:	694740Up front in the white PVC Tubes is a Pulaski, Fire Type Shovel and the yellow bag is what we call a PEE Bag for putting small spot fires out. It is a back pack 5 gal bag with a hand operated nozzle. You really conserve water with this baby but nice to hit the little Spot Fires before thy turn into big fires! Here is a picture of one.

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    @coaltrain - The IBC in the pic I got for $40, rinsed with a valve and two dust caps. The thing looks new. It was used to haul syrup - still smells sweet, almost like licorice.

    @JD4044M - lol, you have more things and projects than anyone I know! Nice! I bet it was nerve-wrecking having the fires that close. Here in Ohio we don't have the worry of fires like folks out west do. I can understand the need/want to have your water trailer and the equipment. I have seen a PEE bag before, but never used one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boar View Post
    @coaltrain - The IBC in the pic I got for $40, rinsed with a valve and two dust caps. The thing looks new. It was used to haul syrup - still smells sweet, almost like licorice.

    @JD4044M - lol, you have more things and projects than anyone I know! Nice! I bet it was nerve-wrecking having the fires that close. Here in Ohio we don't have the worry of fires like folks out west do. I can understand the need/want to have your water trailer and the equipment. I have seen a PEE bag before, but never used one.
    What would really scare me is Tornados and Hurricanes!! If I lived in those areas I would have the coolest underground shelter on my place and not under my home to collapse on the entrance. They have some real neat brush trucks back east. I forget the state but there designed to crash into the brush and drive right in. Our fires are out. Having fought wildfires since 1996 I don't get to worried till I can see flames near my home. I have been on over 100 wildfires with the USFS and entrapped several times and said to myself not paid enough for this even at 1,000.00 a day. But soon as I was OK back to work and man that was a rush! Good part is you can fight fires and also prepare your place for them. Hard to do that with tornados and such. Our 2001 Fire was a hot one and why I don't live in the trees cause this is what was left after it when thru the trees close to us to the North.Click image for larger version.

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ID:	694830 The last picture is of my Daughter sitting on our new future home site and while taking the picture I said to my self man you got a lot of work ahead to live here! Now she is 31 years old and owns most the land around us and a business here on the place that has had $500K in sales a year as a home based business and still growing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Id love to have at least one more of those totes. I have one that was given to me but it had fuel in it at one time - gasoline at that. I use it for junk water like when draining my fuel tank of water.

    But around here people want way too much for them as the drilling (fracking) outfits use them. Seem to run around $75.
    That's about the going rate around here. I see them from $75-$150 on CL but last year a mulch business was giving them away because they had so many. They were stained because the previously had mulch stain in them. If I see another deal like that, I'm going to get more for firewood. I only got four as it was an hour drive each way. I thought I could get 6 on the dump trailer but no go. If it happens again, I'll take the equipment trailer.

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