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Monday, December 20, 2004

Living Without (Hot) Water

We live in a very old house, and it gets cold even here in Tennessee, so when it got cold last night, we left water drips. But it didn't do much good. We woke up to frozen water lines. We have cold water at the kitchen sink, for which we are thankful. We've been known to go for a week without that much.

The house is still chilly, even though in the years we have lived here, we have tried to cut down on the draftiness and other weather-related inconveniences. Why did we buy this house? Because it was the best we could afford.

Would we leave easily? I don't think so.

But would I take the same no-hot-water inconveniences in other places? Anybody have a hut on Maui I could try for comparisons?


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