Hi from Colorado!!!

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    I'm new to this forum and just wanted to get some input on my almost complete pond.
    I'm using a 4800 gph pump to run the waterfall all of the rock was picked up from my property except the huge pieces of sandstone for the waterfall ok enough talking I will post some pics
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    Welcome aboard! :)
    How in the world did you get those huge rocks in place?
     
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    Beautiful~! And, Welcome~! Where are you in CO? I have a sister in Aurora near the Buckley AF Base :)
     
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    Very nice pond you have there :)
     
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    Hi smcox1, Welcome. Beautiful pond and the first picture is absolutely amazing with the dark clouds in the background and the sun hitting the rocks in the foreground!
     
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    Love those huge boulders! must have had one big machine to get them there.
    Great job on your pond.
     
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    Welcome to the forum...
     
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    Wow! That's a very beautiful pond you have there, smcox1..
     
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    Thank-you. I moved those rocks with a 4020 John Deer tractor the biggest one is about 5' deep and 6' wide
     
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    And about 1' thick
     
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    Cool! Do you have any fish in that pond?
     
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    No I don't I don't think its deep enough especially for winter although I could probably put them in my neighbors pond for the winter
     
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    I also bought the huge pieces of rock for the waterfall from a rock yard for only $10 a rock I also have 2 big granite boulder that I got for $25
     
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    I'm way in the southwest corner of Colorado about 6 hours away from Aurora
     
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