On Sat, 18 Feb 2006 22:16:07 -0600, firstname.lastname@example.org (m Ransley)
It hit about MINUS 25 last night, here on my farm, and its' minus 14
right now. Yes it's winter, but when it drops that far below zero,
there are lots of problems.
I run a farm, keeping animals alive is tought in itself. I was a
plumber for years, so I am sure all my plumbing is safe, and do my
darndest to keep the vehicles working, but they sometimes let me down.
On Sun, 19 Feb 2006 05:36:57 -0600, snipped-for-privacy@UNLISTED.com wrote:
Considering cold, I used to have a relative who worked on the Alaska
pipeline. I remember hearing something about keeping the trucks
running all the time, because they were really hard to start when that
How long does it take the plumbing to freeze when it is 10 degrees outside,
70 degrees inside and the power goes out? The house is well insulated. I
know you can't know exactly, but typically is it overnight or a couple of
It takes about 5 mins if you leave a window and door open by the pipe.
If you leave everything shut, then it depends on how many times you
open the refrigerator and freezer door.
Wait,..........I'll get my crystal ball and get back with you.
While you are waiting, PLEASE hold your breath.
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