first winter snow hits my 300 gal puddle

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    First snow of the year.
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    Never mind the dead plants in the pond i have not been home to maintain my pond lately, pond need some winter cleaning, the fish will b moved to their winter home this weekend.
     

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    Brrrrrr!
     
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    ohhhh my ...you can keep it all !!! snowman looks real good i bet Dad helped build it !!! :0)
     
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    I did just a lil bit
     
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    thats what dads are for ... :0)
     
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    We had so much snow last year, you are welcome to keep all that falls this year!
    Very nice snow man
     
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