January 16, 2004
Foundation is complete

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The white conduit through the foundation is a passage for the Geothermal loop to the solar panels.  Energy from the sun not directly converted to electricity can be delivered to the heat pump. These black pipes connect to the 2400' of Geothermal underground tubing. Somewhere below the subfloor will be the dual 18" subwoofer in a 25' cement enclosure.  The tuned port will be external to the cabinet.  I like a subwoofer that extends to very low frequencies, but not loud bass.