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Re: Water usage Pam

Might be more cost effective to invest in an inexpensive wet/dry  vac with a 
hose connection, or sump pump, to pump deeper water out of tub or  such to the 
flower beds.  Believe me, wet/dry vacs are a necessity  here.....I got tired 
of carrying buckets of water to be dumped....have the wet  vac hooked up and 
ready to go.  Used both a sump pump and the wet vac when  we flooded in 89.  
Sure came in handy.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 7/26/2006 6:33:27 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

I  recycle a lot of it.  I need to get Mike over here to do something  about
the tub so I can run that drainage right out to the flower  beds.  I used to
haul it out a bucket at a time but my back won't  tolerate much of that

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