Water for the Cow

« Back to Okefenokee Swamp-Blackwater Country, April, 1992 National Geographic Magazine

Elderly bachelor William McKinley Crews has lived his entire life near the Okefenokee Swamp. He begins a typical day cooking breakfast on a wood stove and pumping water from a well. <br />
Crews leads a reclusive life on his 160-acre farm in Moccasin Swamp. Having no running water, electricity or telephone, <br />
Crews lives in isolation with 14 cats and four heifers.
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Elderly bachelor William McKinley Crews has lived his entire life near the Okefenokee Swamp. He begins a typical day cooking breakfast on a wood stove and pumping water from a well.
Crews leads a reclusive life on his 160-acre farm in Moccasin Swamp. Having no running water, electricity or telephone,
Crews lives in isolation with 14 cats and four heifers.
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