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Old 06-14-2005, 03:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Ok here are some old pics of my small pond. I think this is two years ago. This is a perform pond. The upper pool is 20gal and the lower is 70gal. The water fall is only about one foot tall and runs about one and half feet long before it drops in the upper pool.

I don't have the electric fence around the flowerbed and more. The dog problem I had is no more.

I still have these six comet goldfish. One has tuned a yellow gold.

I use a 500gal/hour pump and a small Fish Mate filter. I think the real filter is the waterfall and small creek the feeds the upper pool. Along with the upper pool this keeps my lower pool algae free and clean.
I will have new pics soon. I also have a barrel garden now too.

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Old 06-14-2005, 04:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The Hawk estate!!!

The plants look like they are very healthy.

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that thing is beautiful hawk. i wish i could see the whole yard. i know how much you like to garden.

living in a trailor house while in college, i can only look at other people's ponds :P someday.....
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I always thought of it as a bit of a "grownups' " thing, and never really thought i'd find myself saying it.. but as i get older (I'm still only 25 mind you!) the more i think it would be really nice to have a garden.
I live in a second floor apartment with a balcony over a river.. but that's as far as it goes. Someday, i'll have a garden, and maybe even a pond.
Looks good Hawk.
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man ben, i am getting "old" too lol.
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by the way hawk, do you have a gardening forum that you go to? or at least a place for me to go and read?
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