Ducky in the pond

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    Beautiful ! Do you still have everything running on your pond? I just turned off my filter this week.
     
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    I bet my birds are uglier than yours .I also now have 7 of them overlooking my back yard .I can give them to you for free .Just ask ;):)
     

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    I just turned off my 3 smaller pumps and drains the filters today actually. I have the main one still running the stream. Looks like I am good for a few more days. Maybe a little snow tomorrow but it will get pretty cold next week.
     
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    Cold here this week, so drained the sand & gravel filter. I envy you your stream and the ability to run it throughout the winter.
     
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