You never miss the water ‘til the well runs dry.
The old adage has been used to refer to anything that is underappreciated. It’s easily understood by anyone who has gone for any amount of time without a reliable water supply.
The day Karl Highbaugh’s home was hooked up to a LaRue County public waterline is one of his most memorable.
For about two years, Highbaugh “hauled water” in milk jugs from a nearby farm to his home between Hodgenville and Sonora.
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