Hiding Pump

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    seandelevan

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    I have a Alpine Cyclone pump. Second season now that I have it. Great pump. But it’s blue. And sticks out like a sore thumb against the liner of the pond. Last year I stuck huge pieces of drift wood over it but that even look more out of place. I know some people probably wouldn’t care but it bugs the heck outta of me. Any suggestions?
     
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    put a black crate over it .Weigh the crate down .It won't take it all away but may help and when pump gets covered with muck it may help .Plus will give baby fish ad frogs a place to hide
     
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