Jeff Gassenhuber checks the flow of a water well.
Credit: Peter Zuzga
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Matt Remington (left) and Jeff Gassenhuber check for impurities in a water well.
Matt Remington (left) and Jeff Gassenbuber check for impurities in a water well. Water is let flow from the new well until it runs clear and without rocks and clay impurities.
Jeff Gassenhuber looks at impurities caught in a handheld strainer.
Matt Remington (right) and Jeff Gassenhuber operate a drill rig on a water well at Highways 36 and G.
Matt Remington ignites a torch to cut a pipe well casing.
Matt Remington and Jeff Gassenhuber operate a drill rig.
Jeff Gassenhuber looks up at a drill rig on a water well.
Matt Remington and Jeff Gassenhuber handle a pipe on a drilling rig on a water well the two were drilling.
Matt Remington of Racine uses a torch to cut pipe casing on a water well he and his partner Jeff Gassenhuber were drilling at the intersection of Highways 36 and G on July 30.
Although the drought has affected southeast Wisconsin, there are some jobs that flourish during it. One of those jobs is water well drilling. This one was at the intersection of Highways 36 and G.
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