Hello! New to the forum, semi-new to ponds


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Hi everyone. Colin from Western Massachusetts here. I built my first pond, ponds technically, last summer and an already going to expand this spring when the ground thaws. I built a custom hill out of cinderblocks and put stone veneer on them to clean them up and put Goshen stones for the waterfalls going in each direction. One pond is a plastic tub- that ones coming out to go bigger- the other one is 15’ long x 8’ wide and 3’ deep in the middle. I’m going to connect them and seam the EDPM of the new pond to the existing pond. Something I’ve never done before so will be looking for tips and tricks on that. Will update more in different forums until the ground thaws!
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welcome and really nice pond you built it fits in nice with the patio
 
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Building the new expansion so that you have a pond under those nice big panes of glass/?
 
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Yes that is the pond getting the expansion. About triple what it is now. Plus connecting it to the other pond
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