Spring's Wishing Well - Some land properties still have old water wells that have been sealed off and used as gardening pieces.

Spring's Wishing Well - Some land properties still have old water wells that have been sealed off and used as gardening pieces.

Lamplighter Farm luxury family self-catering in Seend, Wiltshire, family-friendly luxury self-catering in Wiltshire near Bath

Lamplighter Farm luxury family self-catering in Seend, Wiltshire, family-friendly luxury self-catering in Wiltshire near Bath

Vintage hand-dug water well with hand crank and water bucket.  "Wishing Well". by roslyn

Vintage hand-dug water well with hand crank and water bucket. "Wishing Well". by roslyn

The Homestead Survival | Drilling a Water Well on Your Land: What You Should Know | Homesteading water source - http://thehomesteadsurvival.com

The Homestead Survival | Drilling a Water Well on Your Land: What You Should Know | Homesteading water source - http://thehomesteadsurvival.com

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The Well represents the Well of Drimir. Odin asked to drink from it because it would give him wisdom. Drimir refused to let Odin drink unless Odin sacrificed one of his eyes. Odin agreed and was able to drink from the well

An entry from Emilialua

The Well represents the Well of Drimir. Odin asked to drink from it because it would give him wisdom. Drimir refused to let Odin drink unless Odin sacrificed one of his eyes. Odin agreed and was able to drink from the well

Long and narrow, drilled wells are the only option for getting water out of bedrock. Learn more about well construction and regulations in your area from your local health department. Illustration by Elayne Sears. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

Homestead Water Sources and Options

Long and narrow, drilled wells are the only option for getting water out of bedrock. Learn more about well construction and regulations in your area from your local health department. Illustration by Elayne Sears. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

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