Water bucket

Water bucket

A bucket used to hold drinking water. When running water was not available (most rural homes), a bucket containing drinking water was kept available. In summer, it was often hung from a porch rafter.
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Somebody broke his head with a lump of coal the size of a water bucket. That was when the wagons was turnin' into Franklin, just off Eighth, by the old Galindo Hotel.
Two Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters and aircrew from 1st Battalion,297th 207th Aviation were performing water bucket drops over the Montana Creek Fire July 4 and the unit is prepping crews on-call for additional response in Anchorage, as the fire there may need additional suppression reinforcement.
The police returned to investigate the crime scene and seized a water bucket having yellowish water and other exhibits from the bathroom.
From there, water bucket having yellowish water and other exhibits were lifted and seized.
In a heart-wrenching incident, a 11-month-old child died after drowning in a water bucket in Mumbai's Cuffe Parade on Wednesday night.
INGREDIENTS x 500lb anvil large furnace (capable of withstanding extreme heat) pair of box jaw tongs rounding hammer water bucket 2lb block of steel Heavy-duty grinder
With a little help from Paul Dickson, I was able to tell Anita that back in the early days of baseball, players sat on benches rather than in dugouts and drank out of a water bucket rather than from a bottle of Gatorade.
Or they may flip their water bucket high into the air to let you know it's empty.
For the first time I volunteered for the water bucket..rather two buckets, but I didn't meet them.
The Oregon Department of Forestry contributed a helicopter with water bucket to help douse the flames.
WATER BUCKET RELAY RACE THIS is a good one for the beach: Get two small buckets of the same size.
27, Sep Date: WATER BUCKET RELAY RACE THIS is a good one for the beach: Get two small buckets of the same size.