I know a man who charges a small sum to deliver water, but you have to pay him because too many people try to take advantage of his kindness. His name is Danny Bryant and he owns Dry Acres and he sells fire wood at his business next to Exxon. Leave a message for him on the board at the post office with your phone number, or look him up on Facebook. He delivers water to several residents here. He has helped me more than once.
Hi there Joe!
I own 36 acres in Salt Flat about 45mins North of Sierra Blanca on Hwy 62. I am planning on growing Alfalfa and then hemp once the bill is signed. I need a well drilled. I saw your post some time ago about trying to get several people together to drill wells so it would be cost effective. We are ready to move forward and would like to speak with you. If you are not drilling wells do you know of someone you can refer us to?
Good Day. I have property south of Sierra Blanca in the Quitman Arroyo in Silver Spur Ranches. While out exploring my land, I found an old 6" wide steel casing that drops into the Red Light Draw water bolson. It looks like a service well or possible water testing site set up by USGS & US Army Corps of Engineers sometime ago. I have not had the water tested yet but past test (25+ years ago) have come up with high salinity percentage. However, I can't say for sure until tested. I am looking at the opportunity to turn this into a functional well. Possible joint venture community well for at least agricultural water source. If anyone knows how to convert this into a functional well or has property in Silver Spur Ranches and is interested in co-venturing, please let me know. Thank you and God bless.