Thank you, Nikolay! I'm so happy that you enjoyed these "Aliens!" :)
O if only we had one of these guys,life would be so much easy,when we have to do irragation for the dairy farm we have to lay out 150 6m pipes on the ground then join them all up once conected, then we go back to the Kiewa river and turn on the pump after 6 hours we unhook all the pipes move them over about 25 feet then start all again.It take's about 2 hrs for one move of the pipe's
Lloyd, Oh my goodness ...... what a process! No doubt, you all could definitely use one or two of these guys! They are stretched out for miles up here, and in the hot summer months, they are quite a comfort to be around! I had such a good time taking photographs this day. I remember it well. I had the dogs with me, and we all got a good soaking! Fun! Fun! Good luck with that irrigation this summer on the farm. Maybe one day you'll advance to some sort of system like this, you think? I wish you a wonderful weekend,
''I only wish'',we got off real easy this summer, because of the huge amount's of rain we had, we didnt even pick up one pipe,did that ever save a heap of time and money.
Let my no if you win the lotto, and maybe you could mail over about $250,000 aussie dollars and we could buy one of these water gun's.
Father/law only make's about 30 cent's a litre for his milk,so i dont think we will be getting one real soon. ''Live for each day'',and you to have a great weekend.
"Live for each day!" Ahhh, yes! I will do my best to win some money for you, Lloyd! I wish that I could buy you one of these wonderful systems for your farm. If I could, I assure you, I would! :) In the meantime, just continue living for the day, and Happiest Easter greetings to you, my Aussi friend from a far!
great idea :)
Thank you, Ari. The water felt especially nice on this extremely hot day!
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