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This video is from Saturday, not Monday. Just to make that clear. It snowed Saturday. I got about 4 to 6 inches of snow. Its hard to tell exactly because it blows around a bit. I spent most of my time shoveling out the snow everywhere. I need to keep my paths and walkways clear all the time or it will become treacherous.
I swept out the chicken run as well so they could have a nice clean area to peck at their food and walk around safely.
I swept off the solar panels a couple times during the day so that I would have power inside the tiny house on wheels.
But besides shoveling snow I also started to work on my gravity feed water pressure system for my off grid tiny home.
I have some standard house water pressure tanks which I am using for my gravity feed tiny house water system.
I am removing the air bladders to make room for more water in each tank. The air bladders are useless to me anyway. The plumbing supply that gave me these tanks stripped the threads so that the air bladders could not be used again.
These are food grade poly tanks with fiberglass coating. I plan to put two of these upstairs in my tiny house loft.
Then I will run the plumbing through the tiny house to the kitchen and bathroom so I will have running water finally.
Each tank will have its own shut off valve in case of leaks. The kitchen and bathroom have their own separate valves as well so I can isolate each system in case of leaks or repairs in the future.
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