I won't be going into too much detail about why we used two tractors, what they did, etc. Ninety percent of my readers are female and really don't give a hoot; many of my male readers live on farms and know exactly what we were doing. Besides, if I tried to explain, I'd get half the information wrong.
So today it had to be done. We pulled the pump. As with almost every job on the farm, it started with a tractor.
At this point, it was time to put the Mahindra into service again. Unfortunately, she wasn't charging. The battery was dead.
Our daughter was here to lend moral support, and her husband helped out during this process.
Wells: Just one more down side of living in the country.