fun to see everyones pictures. isa took her picture about 10 minutes after i explained the challenge. she was super excited. can't wait for the next one.
Do we get to know who did what or can we comment-- I'd like to say I thought #6 really was nice with the breeze making waves on the lake or pond. Is Isa's number 1? I enjoyed those.. good job everyone.
arrgh... firefox dropped my comment >:\
*attempts to re-write*
If #1 if is top left, that's me.I call it "Thank you God"Photo subject is functional non-drip faucet.Replaced the other new faucet... which after 17 days cracked and began spraying a fairly large jet of water at any fool attempting to use the sink.... and the hot water shut-off valve that refused to actually stop the flow of water
You are a good handyman! firefox dropped my comment also the first time..... I actually typed "dripped" the just now. . Also, think how many people don't have running water in the world... that is why I thought you typed "Thank you, God" :)
@stoppable i also thought you named it "Thank you God" because it's such a blessing to have running water. nice work fixing it. @homebase, Isa took the one with the small pond with rocks and the lily pads.
Names have now been added. Probably should've done that from the beginning. Will do so next time. I loved all the pictures. And during the week while I was thinking about water, looking for a good picture, I also thought about how critical it is to all life and how many societies struggle to have clean, plentiful water. Turn on the hose/faucet and there it is. No need to water to the well, hike to the village water source, haul it home in an old bucket. No worry about dysentery.