Saturday, May 6, 2017

replacing the water meter box

removing the old one


placing the new one in

 
 getting it situated in the ground


18 comments:

  1. There is always something to repair in the streets the citizins are not aware of.

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  2. And I always enjoy seeing other people doing the work. Nice.

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  3. Every town and city relies on them.

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  4. Not easy or clean work, but someone has to do it!

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  5. Zo Bill, die klus is ook weer geklaard.
    Fijn weekend groet kees.

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  6. There is always work and repairs to make in springtime. Those familiar green garments will be familiar sights as the wearers go about their work.

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  7. What water does the water meter meter?

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  8. Men at work! Happy weekend Bill.

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  9. A lot of work goes into that. I imagine someone with problematic knees would have issues doing that.

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  10. I wonder if the residents saw a change in their water bill.

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  11. It certainly looks like a quieter and calmer job than here in Montreal! :)

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  12. I was a little worried by what I saw in the first two photos. But in the third the correct and acceptable ratio of worker:spectators is achieved - one man working while two others look on.

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  13. Nice work-series.
    By the way, I like a lot your new banner. The landscape is beautiful.

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  14. Wonder if these are standard meters or meters that can be read from several blocks away. The latter are a real time and money saver.

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