Our DYi Experience

img_7151Greeting loyal readers and fellow maremmas.  Like our good friend Easy’s daddy, our daddy is not one of  bestest DIYer in the world.  However, we seem to have been effected by the 7.8m earthquake of last week.  As of yesterday there have been over 3,000 aftershocks.  Fortunately none have seemed to have caused any more damage. However, on Wednesday mummy and daddy noticed that there was water  trickling down the path towards the woolshed.  At first they couldn’t see or feel any damp grass but as the days progressed they realised that there was the strong possibility of there being a leak.  So today daddy got out his tools and went to work.  As you see from the photos there was lots of bad language, water and mud but in the end there was success and the leak was fixed.  It would appear that the pipe joint had split, maybe due to the earthquake. We are all so proud of daddy getting muddy and fixing our plumbing problem.   Love the three bestest maremmas in all the land.

 

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13 Responses to Our DYi Experience

  1. yay for your daddy… he is a super plumber, likt mario&luigi the nintendo plumbers… he beat the water monster at the furst try… BRAVO!!!!

  2. Cupcake says:

    Besides getting filthy and saying curses, you daddy is a little different from Easy’s daddy. There were no explosions, no fires, no bloodshed, and no visits to the hospital. Well done.

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

  3. Good thing yous were able to snoopervise! Mom says cussing is good for the soul.
    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  4. Dad says congratulations on getting it fixed with your own hands! Cuss words go with the territory. Hope you don’t have any more damages.

  5. Amy says:

    I am sure you3 wanted to get in that mud, er, help. Good job at supervising from the sidelines.

  6. Hi, the three bestest maremmas in all the land, we heard and saw in our TV of your earthquakes, so terrible. We don´t have earthquakes, byt we have heavy wintertime.
    Your dad is great, he fixed it!
    Wishing you happy days there in your beautiful country!
    Kosmo,
    a cat in faraway Finland.

  7. Normally I enjoy DIY projects but when there’s ‘plumbing’ involved, I only want to cry. Well done!

  8. hello jaspersdoggyworld its dennis the vizsla dog oh hay wow we had a leek in owr yard too!!! altho i do not think it wuz becuz of the erthkwayk their in the mithikal land of noo zeeland wich i think is rather far away frum heer!!! ennyway owr dada did sum digging but cud not find the leek he only noo it wuz their becuz the water meeter wuz running and he ended up kalling in sum profeshunals to lokayt it sownds like he cud hav just flown in yore dada tho!!! gud job!!! ok bye

  9. Kismet says:

    Having to maintain plant watering systems here in the desert, my peep knows what a pain it is.

  10. briansmaller says:

    Reblogged this on The Woolshed Wargamer and commented:
    Our only damage from the Earthquake at the Woolshed. Apart from a few stacks of books and some stuff on my workbench that tumbled over. All models came through unscathed.

  11. Pingback: A review of 2016 in the Woolshed (July to December) | The Woolshed Wargamer

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