It’s that time of year

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It’s amazing to live in Tennessee..... if you you don’t like the weather today, just wait for tomorrow..... we went from high 80’s to the low this morning of 36...... so my pond temperature went from low 80’s to 61 this afternoon, so needless to say didn’t bother to feed the fish..... they are swimming around in slow motion. I think the sudden temperature change affects them more, because in the spring when the water temperature gets to 60 they are jumping in the air wanting to be fed..... so my cutoff point for feeding has been 60 degrees.... until next week.... back into the 80’s again.... LoL
 
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We had a big temp drop too. Koi still active and wanting to be fed, I fed them a little less than usual.
 

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Our mornings are in the low 40's the days in the mid 70's. Grooming lilies in the pond is my next job.

Last lily flower in the hot tub pond. I groomed them but left this one bud.

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