Water towers are not very exciting and well not really even thought about but they play an important role in the running of a small community like Anglers Kingdom.
And what we do really is like running a small small community, we have garbage pick up and recycling, we provide the infrastructure and utilities, heat, electricity, water, sewer, landscaping, marina, roads, transportation, delivery in and out, communication, phone, internet, television.
Plus we have all the social drama of a small town. And we close it all down in the fall and open it all up in the spring.
I'll try to post more of the behind the scenes work that goes into making Anglers Kingdom operate smoothly.
|a good base of treated timbers|
|tying everything together from top to bottom will increase it's strength.|
|first wall will watch this thing progress|
Our water tower is going to be a multi use facility.
we will incorporate:
at the very top above the water tank will be our solar collectors
At the base we will have a room for the battery system and all the controllers to provide electricity for the entire camp without any generator noise.
Of course the big water tank will mean we will have enough water in it to supply all the needs of the camp even if we can't pump water for up to a week.
who knows maybe will install a wind turbine on the top.
With lots of side support provided by the structures and roofs of basically a bunch of work sheds and places to park boats for the winter, tied in around the base making the entire base 48 x 48
So it will be strong, last a long long time and won't fall over.
We will build a nice stair case inside kind of like a light house without the big falling area down the center.
I;m feeling that guests will enjoy climbing up and looking out over the lake, soaking some rays or reading a book. It will be a excellent view.
Ready for lift off