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  • Amberlyn

    reminds me...of the old water pump my husband put in our flower garden

  • alma azmitia miller

    mmmm, country living. A simple life. Habacuc 2.2.

  • Carol Winegardner

    We had a pump much like this one at the old white farmhouse.

  • Kathy Wetzstein

    beautiful wildflower garden. Love the well. My grandparents had one. Such good memories of the farm

  • Anne Hovde

    The first house we lived in on the outskirts of Edmonton (Calder) in 1953 had no electricity or running water but we did have a water pump and an outhouse. Our milk got delivered by horse and buggy. My children and grandchildren think I made this up lol - but its true and just shows how quickly life can change in just one generation.

  • Brenda**~

    field of dreams

  • Lauren Edinger

    garden accessory

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