Kathy, ah, I feel for you. I know those infuriating, hard times when the man is gone, and things break down. Cursing and a'swearing ain't the entire picture for sure. I wish you well. I wish your husband well when he gets home, (he's gonna need help from the wrath of a frustrated and more than deeply annoyed wife). :evil: :roll: Maybe he won't want to come back home :)
All kidding aside. There have been so many times when we had the horses, my husband travelled so much and I had to go out to the deep dark back property in deep cold slimy wintertime to feed them. All by myself. Now that is scary stuff. We had lights at the barns, but it was still a long, scary walk to where they were. Get the hay from the barn behind and feed them, trying to manage all four horses myself. Hmmm....made it through it, but ain't goin' there again. I know for sure every type of animal was hiding in the bush, just waiting for me to come down there, breathing deep and scary animal sounds, just trying to intimidate me (oh no, now I am really setting my imagination on fire). There wern't really any animals in the bush, just telling a little scary story of how I would feel scared. I am sure though that the coyotes were not too far away though.
Kathy I hope your wrath has gone by the time your husband returns :roll: Good luck with the water well and have a wonderful day, best of our life to you, girl. Cindi