Odie has a new bill and it is exciting!
As we neared the beginning of construction last spring, we had a few choices on what to do for temporary electric. We could buy a temporary pole, pay to have the pole hooked up and then pay the monthly electric bill. We could use a generator to power the whole project. OR we could buy some heavy duty cord and run power from the barn. We already pay an electric bill for the barn.
That is what we decided to do. We already have a bunch of 50 amp cord so we bought some more. My Dad fixed one of them with 8 receptacles on the end and we used those receptacles to power the tools and lights in the house all summer long.
We will use those cords for the bus and tent revival in the future. Plus we saved all the money we would have spent on the temporary service. It worked really great.
I posted this picture a couple of weeks ago of the meter base ready to go.
Then they set the meter and the juice was ready to flow. My Dad sent me a picture of the meter at 000000!