For by the pond.....

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    Burd Pond Scum

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    image.jpeg a friend was moving and she tossed this because on leg broke out of the stone, fixed it with some Bondo, it'll look good by the pond.
    Spattered 3 diff colors of paint on the repair, it turned out pretty good.
     
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    Neat!!!!
     
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    All treasures turn out to be someone elses trash
     
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    Um ... don't you mean, "All trash turns out to be someone else's treasure!" :)
     
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    brokensword Not all those who wander are lost

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    Country; I think it can go either way! :p

    Burd; I think it needs some automotive LED strip lighting...jus' sayin'
     
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    addy1 water gardener / gold fish and shubunkins Moderator

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    Really neat! I would have saved it also
     
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    Same Ce my treasure is always some one elses trash first .Seems people never know What they have when they throw it away .I got vintage baking dish's at the dump a year ago .People put them on the edge in a box and I rescued them .
     
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    I think it's YOUR CASH AINT NOTHIN BUT TRASH.
     
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    What kind of a Bird is it?
     
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    brokensword Not all those who wander are lost

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    it's a ree-rod leaf spring heron. Should feed it rustoleum koi; got any of those?
     
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    I hope it doesn't attract Herons. My Budweiser frogs would hate that. Lol
     
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    Is that one of your Bud-Wise-Er frogs in your profile picture, Burd? It's sure a big one!
     
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    Lol, it's from the video.
     
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    Ahhh ... I see. I have bullfrogs on my two ponds, and I love them! Some are VERY large, but I love them all. They probably help keep my goldfish pond population down, but that's ok. I think I still have at least 20 goldfish babies from last year. A water snake is likely more of a problem in that pond than the bullfrogs, but wasn't able to spot it to catch it last summer.
     

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    addy1 water gardener / gold fish and shubunkins Moderator

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    I saw a few bull frogs a few years ago, then they all just disappeared. All I have now are the green frogs, toads and tree frogs.
     
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    I have a bullfrog in my 75 gallon preform pond up front. The pond has frozen solid several times this winter but the frog has survived. It caught and ate a sparrow yesterday!
     
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    It was out and about yesterday, Mrs Clem? OMG, you must have one big hardy frog there, out grabbing birds in February. LOL
     
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