05:18 AM #
I've spent much of the last two days watering my gardens and the gardens I've reclaimed from my dead neighbors. This drought is getting bad.
05:21 AM #
I'm lucky: I have a solar power system & my own well, so I can water any garden I can reach with a hose. I've strung together quite a few.
05:24 AM #
The water pressure drops after I string a few together, so I'm only able to use a sprinkler on a small patch at a time and shift it often.
05:27 AM #
I set it up, patrol for zombies for awhile, then move the hoses & do another patrol. Yesterday, a zombie followed me & tripped on the hose.
09:52 AM #
I'm told that, out on the Farm Colonies, some of their carefully hoarded fuel is being used to power pumps irrigating crops. #zompocalypse
09:55 AM #
Ruth uses a rainwater catchment system, collecting water from the rooftops & gutters of abandoned homes in big barrels. #zombie #apocalypse
09:58 AM #
At Camp Tesomas they built a 2nd tower (this time without a filtering system) to siphon irrigation water up from their lake & to the plots.
09:59 AM #
@CitizenDino At some point, another solution will be necessary.
06:27 PM #
Comparing notes on our CB network: There was brief, heavy rain at Fort NTC & in Ruth's neighborhood. That will help their thirsty crops.
06:30 PM #
Ruth said she was glad she put a priority on expanding her roof-and-gutter catchment system to the newly secured blocks. #zombie #apocalypse
06:33 PM #
Both Ruth & the Fort NTC survivors collected a large quantity of rainwater. Enough for several weeks. It barely rained here. #zompocalypse