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originally posted by: chiefsmom
a reply to: Flyingclaydisk
In the country, in the middle of MI. I'm guessing its legal, as the house passed inspection when we bought it, in 98, and our neighbors well is the same depth.
We had a quote done, to go down to 75, but it was like 8 grand.
I can't even imagine how expensive 850 feet would be.
I don't think that depth would be needed. We have so much water around here. I think there are like 10 gravel pits around here in a 20 mile radius.
originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
originally posted by: blueman12
a reply to: AnakinWayneII
To anyone who wasn't used to living with unshowered people, you would smell god damn aweful . I guess if you can be self-employed it would work.
Why do you think perfume was invented???
People stunk so bad even small animals would run away!
I always laugh when I see re-enactions of those 16th and 17th century galas and balls where everyone would be all dressed up with their wigs and big clothes. The wigs covered up their hair which was falling out, and the whole room smelled of giant ass. Their breath smelled like last weeks shrimp (left in the sun), and their, ahem, their....well, 'nether regions' sure as hell didn't smell like flowers!
Hey bay-bee...let's dance!