This blog is to be a few lines, every now and then, to describe my life. I am writing this blog to have a record of my life. I would love to read of the lives of my parents and grandparents. It is amazing how easily we can forget the dates and years when you don’t write a record. It is also my desire to respect others and follow the standards that are set out in the Bible for our benefit. This blog will not be a platform for my religious beliefs, and as one of Jehovah's Witnesses, it is not difficult for anyone to get this information. We will deliver it to your door, or you can find it at http://www.watchtower.org/ .
I ended up using a piece of cardboard with a piece of sheet metal taped to it to shove into the clay balls for the gluing of the outer sleeve of the bell siphon. I just unplugged the pump and drained the water, shoved the cardboard, with sheet metal taped to it for strength, down into the clay balls and dug the balls out. I then dried the bottom of the bed and used silicone to glue the sleeve down. I let it dry for a few hours and poured the clay balls back in and removed the cardboard.