Always good to come home . The pond was built so I'd always want to stay home. And let the stress disapate watching the fish tge waterfalls the frogs the dragon flies the bubbles and the baby fish that swim by. To find a new flower or a butterfly. See how much tge plants hav we grown and the moss has expanded. Spent the day trying to finish the disappearing stream part of the job as it falls into the cistern. I'll post a picture tomorrow I should be done then if I didn't break my hand.Somebody is happy to be home! I don't know how you ever leave...
Thanks for the kind words.Good lord. I am so impressed by this build. Finally sat down this morning and skimmed through the whole thread. I'm about to embark on my own build (excavator is coming Thurs.), and it's just so intimidating.
I've installed my own HVAC system, put a big solar system on my roof, remodeled rooms, poured concrete, etc. etc. There is hardly a DIY home improvement project that would phase me. But for whatever reason, building a pond in my back yard is really testing my confidence! So much dirt. Rocks so big I can't fathom how I'll move them. It's a whole different beast.
It's really great to see someone documenting the whole process on a pond bigger than I'm planning, chipping away at it piece by piece. Gives me a little hope that I, too, will someday get there.
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