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Old Well. Memories of Childhood! **When I was very little, I remember going to visit my Great Uncle in the country and having to go outside to pump the water so we could have a drink. His pump was bright red. The enamel bucket was kept on the kitchen counter with a ladle hanging on a hook on the side of the bucket. For a little girl from a BIG city, it was fun. It was hard work though for a 3-5 year old**

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