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Lessons learned from living in the country, part 1.

If you have well water, it is a good idea to have it tested.

Yep.

Our well currently has bacteria, which I hear is pretty common. As soon as we found out, I was in let’s-get-this-fixed-ASAP-mode.

And if you’ve never had to treat well water before (like us), then you might not realize how water can’t be used during the 24 hour treatment period.

Also, our house smelled like chemicals which did not sit well with my nose or throat. We packed up the Haigler adventure bus last night and made the most of our bacteria well water situation.

If one needs to stay away from your house for 24 hours while the bacteria die in your water, why not end summer 2018 with a quick trip to Tweetsie Railroad??!?!

Side note: 73 degrees for a high temperature in Blowing Rock, NC may or may not have been a determining factor in heading to the mountains for the day. PURE BLISS, people!

Since Brock’s birthday was yesterday, his surprise first trip to Tweetsie came at the perfect time. This train loving boy couldn’t believe what was happening.

If you’ve never ventured to Tweetsie, the Haiglers highly recommend this one of a kind adventure.

A real coal-burning steam train that rides through the mountains, ferris wheel, chair lift, helicopters, planes and more!

24 hours later, we’re back home, hopefully bacteria free!

We’re country people now, y’all πŸ™‚

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