31st March 2016
In my place running water is really expensive especially if you live in a big conurbation. But I can admit that running water in the countryside is not cheap,too.
As you can see in the photos above most owners install metal fences here which are more popular then wooden ones.
Is running water expensive in your place?
luckily not. i know lots of folks have wells in the US but i am grateful to be on water supplied by a local cooperative.ReplyDelete
So you are happy personDelete
The well is interesting. Water here is relative cheap in my opinion, but the poorest people might disagree with me. We often have restrictions about what water we can use in times of drought.ReplyDelete
Andrew for me it was also very interestingDelete
Water here isn't expensive it's just all the taxes and bonds the city expects you to pay.ReplyDelete
I think in US water is less expensive than in EuropeDelete
water companies are funny in that we moved over the summer, same county just another town but over here we have a different water company, which is more than our old water company...our water bill itself isn't terribly expensive but the company adds things such as a use tax and other taxes which tack on another $20 on top of our water bill. glad these people were able to build wells!ReplyDelete
My dear friend if you have a detached house you can have a well bu living in apartment means you rely on water supply companiesDelete
Thats a worry , expensive water, We pay ours with our rates. We have a water tank to collect water from the roof to help with watering the garden.ReplyDelete
Living in the house is easier to save waterDelete
Interestingly they charge us quite a bit for sewer fees on top of the water fees. Luckily, our water is pretty good here in Hawaii.ReplyDelete
Kay our water is good quality too but so expensiveDelete
That's not good if water is expensive.ReplyDelete
Margaret I think Europe is really expensive comparing to US but I don't know what about AustraliaDelete
Our water is not really expensive but I see lots of people taking our water supply for granted. I always try to collect rain water for my garden. Sometimes during dry period, in certain parts of our nation there is water rationing.ReplyDelete
Nancy you are right people don't save waterDelete
Our water is not very expensive. For a family of 6, we paid $80-100 or so every month back when I took care of the billing--which was a few years back. I doubt it has changed much since then. And our water tastes great. But a lot of people out in the country like us do use their own wells. Some have good-tasting water, and some don't. I wonder how the water tastes at the well you pictured. We have a well on our property, but it's not in working order, and we haven't needed it since we moved here.ReplyDelete
Bethany I think the water from the well is much better than from water supply companyDelete
IN some parts of the US, water is very expensive. My mom lives in Florida and does everything she can to conserve water. Where I am living in South Carolina we have a well and the only cost is the electricity to pump it to the house.ReplyDelete
I've noticed you use the word conurbation a lot. It's a word I don't think I've ever heard used in the US, although I've seen it in print. Interesting.
Cynthia , onurbation is typically BrE a city area containing a large number of people, formed by various towns growing and joining together:Delete
We have city water and sewage, but I grew up with well water.ReplyDelete
I really like that last shot.
I think water is a great possibilityDelete