paul wheaton wrote:
So ..... for the thing about using paper, it sounds like the reasoning is to have very clear coffee and easier cleanup. I confess that my coffee always has a bit of "dirt" in the bottom that makes it through the filter. But my cleanup is definitely a snap. While I just leave that tiny bit of mud at the bottom of the cup and wash it away, I do like the idea that we come up with solutions for folks that have no sacrifice. Anybody have solutions for a clearer cup of coffee for the paper-lovers without paper and quick cleanup?
Chris Kott wrote:Ooh! A mystery, and possibly adventure! Of course, the adventure part would likely be messy and expensive, so let's hope you've avoided that path.
With that volume of water, I would expect an exit, or some open area underground, allowing for collection and a slower infiltration into the aquifer.
You also mentioned that you're on the edge of a gorge. How was it formed? Are there perhaps fissures in the bedrock that allow for such rapid drainage?
I almost want to take one of those plumbers' cameras on the end of a snake and shoot it down there, just to see what can be seen.
Any update on the potential sinkhole/sliding off into the gorge situation?
Amit Enventres wrote:
If all goes well this will be our first major grape harvest! I suspect we'll make a lot of juice, I'd love to make wine, but I'm scared. I don't want it to go bad in a dangerous way or just be super nasty any hints for a first timer?