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(YouTube) Video Hand digging a full-sized well in Mexico in 100 degree temperature and with no power tools is strangely addicting to watch   ( divider line
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HAND DIGGING A WELL IN MEXICO Excavando a mano un pozo

Hand digging a well in Mexico the temperatures approaching 100 degrees f. 38
Entering the earth looking for fresh water seems timeless in the human quest for survival.
The well provided water at 4 meters 13 feet) . 1500 gallons of fresh water (5676 liters) which replenishes itself in a few hours.
At 2 meters a piece of a pot was uncovered. At 3 meters rocks with veins of what appears to be some metal was excavated.

Excavando un pozo en Puertecito, Oaxaca, Mexico "a mano" (sin maquinaria) con temperaturas acercando 100 grados f./38 c.

Entrando a la tierra en una búsqueda de agua dulce parece una búsqueda eterna de supervivencia.
El pozo rindió agua a los 4 metros/13 pies. 1500 galones de agua dulce (5676 litros) que se rellena a si mismo en unas pocas horas.
A los metros, un fragmento de una olla
A los 3 metros rocas con venas de lo que parece ser de un metal.

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