My Pond: Early Summer 2018


JBtheExplorer

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Thought I'd share some photos I took of my pond and surrounding garden in early summer. I plan on posting mid-summer and late-summer in the future.

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Looks like another successful year. My pond is looking very dead right now. Looking forward to see what native species come back next spring. Thanks for sharing
 
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haha! I hear ya! We had a snow squall last weekend for about a half hour...I was outraged! It's still OCTOBER!
 
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Doing good. It's come a long way in six months. I'll have to wait and see how it looks next year. Here's a few shots taken throughout the summer.
Beautiful pics.... So why are you showing summer pics now? Just to tease us :), but they are great pics so thanks for sharing. Having a pond over the winter in the North is worse than owning a boat. At least the boat is put in dry dock over the winter and you forget about it, but with a pond you still see it every day even when it's cold outside and covered with snow!
 
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