We also got a bill from the first visit, $90 just to come out, look at the thing and say he thought it was a frozen pipe. Bleah.
At least we have water again. Now I just have to deal with a sink full of dishes that haven't been washed in a week. And a ton of laundry. And refill all the animal buckets. And then I can take an actual shower and not just a sponge bath from a bucket.
I should have asked about installing a manual pump, just in case something ever goes wrong again. I wouldn't mind working a hand pump if it means the difference between being able to flush the toilet and driving 15 minutes into town to use the bathroom at the gas station.