Hello from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

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    Hello, I have had a small goldfish pond for the last 6 years, approx. 750 gallons, but have kept and bred goldfish and tropical fish most of my life (50+years, first tank when I was 9.) . My plan for this is to hopefully move the pond closer to the house and make another pond for more fish and our red eared slider. And to learn more from this form on ponds.
     
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    Welcome and always better to have the pond closer to the house so you can enjoy it more as walking out to it sometimes seems more like a chore .In bad weather you can enjoy it more if the area where you sit is covered .
     
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    j.w I Love my Goldies

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    I've got mine right up to my covered front porch and love sitting on the porch looking over the pond :razz:
     
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    Welcome to the Forum
     
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    [​IMG] to our group.
     
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