We have 4 wells on the farm. One is for the house, one is a hand pump if electricity goes out, one is for the barn and the other is not being used at all right now. The well that is not being utilized I want for my shop. We do meat processing in the shop and I need running water. In the summer I can use the garden house form the house but winter the hose freezes plus this is not an ideal situation anyway. In the spring we will trench the line and get the well hooked up right but for this winter I need an alternative solution. This is my thought. I want to use a gas powered pump to pump the water from this well into a storage tank [300 gallon] in the shop. I am then thinking if we hook up a bladder tank to the storage tank this will suplly the pressure I need? I have a on demand hot water heater ordered. From the bladder pump, can I run 2 lines for water, one for cold water and the other for the on demand hot water tank? Is this a doable thing or am I missing something? Are there other ideas that I am missing? Trenching a line [doing it right] from the pump will be major work as there are water lines running from the house to an outdoor wood heater and this will require much hand digging and right now we are buried in a couple feet of snow.