…give or take a few.
We don’t have electricity in the barns, nor to we have running water to either of them. Instead, we haul water in buckets. Five and six gallon buckets, to be precise – two of them. Twice a day. Right now, we’re also hauling half-full (but partially or completely frozen) buckets back to the house, too, to allow them to thaw. In the summer, when it’s hot, we haul full buckets out, and empty ones back, which is rather easier, though that’s sometimes a three-trip-per-day job in the hottest weather.
I worked out how much they weigh, and it came to about forty-four pounds per (full) five-gallon bucket. Eighty-eight pounds out to the barn, and probably about fifty pounds back to the house. It’s a few hundred yards from the house to the barn when you’re not carrying buckets (or carrying empty buckets), but it’s about seven miles, uphill both ways, when those buckets are full.
At least I get to save on gym memberships…