It's only good for a measly 2 gpm, which is less than half of what the state says a household needs, but at least we have water. Minerally water that leaves iron sediment in your glass, but WATER! Now we need to bring the 10gpm sulfur well into the 21st century (or at least the 1960's), shock the hell out of it, and we'll be in business!
In other news, we found a FOURTH water source for the house! Luke was trying to run an electric line through the crawl space and we opened up a square of the floor, hoping to get access to the crawl space.
Lo and behold, there's an old Humpty Dumpty style well down there! Or a cistern? Hard to tell because it's filled in to within 8 feet or so of the top:
So now we have a spring, a 90 foot sulfury pit well in the basement, a modern 190 foot drilled well out in the "ice house", and a mostly filled in Humpty Dumpty well under the mud room. And a river and a little pond. At least we won't be hurting for water.