Used in the early years to move water from one place to another or to power machinery. Note the drive shaft at the top that is bent, thus rendering it quite useless.
Old Texaco Gas Pump from long ago.
Thanks for stopping by
TRYING TO DO THIS WITHOUT A DEGREE!
Make the most out of each and every trip
it's this or get a real job
Having fun blogging with friends
Catch up with ongoings from my week
"These are a few of my favorite things..."
Pedaling past 60. . .Years, that is, not miles!
Personal reflections from a quiet corner.
Stop here and see if there's something to help you get things untangled.
Living and working around the country in a RV
RV, other Travels and Home Life in Retirement
health, travel, and career blog
One woman's observations on her way through life
Type 1 Diabetic psychologist cycling every day for one year
...listening is the beginning of peace.
The lines I follow in cycling, the lines I handle for my kites, and the lines of thought that define my life.
An Australian couple living light on two bikes