Loving our Boat Pond!

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    I am so enjoying our fish pond now its complete , well worth the hard work setting it up. Our little man loves his fish
     

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    I am so enjoying our fish pond now its complete , well worth the hard work setting it up. Our little man loves his fish
     
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    addy1 water gardener / gold fish and shubunkins Moderator

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    Welcome to our group! Nice boat pond.
     
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    Welcome!
     
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    Very fun idea! Welcome!
     
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    Cute pond!
     
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    Ha! You got me! When I saw "boat pond" I pictured a very large pond. I never imagined a pond made from a boat! Great idea!
     
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    What a cool idea!!!!!
     
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    Nice....
     
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    upload_2018-6-17_8-12-23.gif @JoG What a fun project and turned out great!
     
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    Very creative (y)
     
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    Welcome to the forum. You should paint 'SS Minnow' on the hull. What a cool conversation piece!
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    Welcome to the forum @JoG! What a fantastic pond (y)
     
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    Welcome @JoG , did you just happen to have a boat sitting around or did you purchase it intending to use it as a pond. Very neat idea!!
     
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    I started thinking how ironic that is! How the water was intended to be kept outside the boat and now it's the complete opposite!
     
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