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All such pretty ponds and I agree that is a cool house. Would look great out in the country on it's own patch of pretty treed property.
 
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Stunning ponds,
as for the house its in the wrong place!
 
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Nice ponds. Thanks for sharing Cas.
 
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Not too far from my house. How did you know about this tour. It looks like a good time.
 
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Nice ponds, and good photos! Interesting how they are all so different. If there were a contest, it would be hard to pick a winner.
 
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Not too far from my house. How did you know about this tour. It looks like a good time.
Hoffman's Water X Scapes puts on the tour every year. Proceeds benefit Childrens Hospital. The tour goes over two weekends. There are a couple of ponds on tour next weekend too. Here is the link about the pond tour. You can buy tickets from Hoffman's in Uniontown, or Mock Ponds in Mogadore.

http://waterxscapes.com/parade-of-ponds/
 
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Don't understand people. Someone put a lot of pride and hard work into that gingerbread Victorian. Then they stick a commercial style light on it. That light is so out place on that house.
 
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So true. We are in the process of replacing the windows on our 25 year old house. My mom's house is 80 years old and has most of the original windows - they still look great. And as they pull our windows out, they are finding rotted framing - they weren't installed properly and water has been getting where it shouldn't. A tradesman who takes pride in his work is worth his/her weight in gold.
 

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That must have been just awesome! Too bad I missed going to our local garden show last Sunday, had to work... I'm sure you had a good time, and it is always so nice to get outside and see everything up close!
 
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