Ponder in Ga

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    Richardspond

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    Hey folks
    Just expanded my small garden pond to a over 1000 gal pond. It's a mix of fish as I'm not parshel to any one fish. Golds orandas koi bumkins mosquito fish huge comments. It's not a pro pond I'm not a pro. It's not a 50k dollar pond I don't have that kind of money. It's not a koi pond it's a garden pond.

    It's my pond and its a beautiful pond IMG_20160512_164330760.jpg IMG_20160514_153117570.jpg IMO. I

    Thanks for viewing!
     
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    sissy sissy

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    welcome and have to LOL as I don't think any of us are real pro's on here we are just like you learning from each other and having fun with our ponds .Love the doggie he is a ponder also .Nice pond for your first try ,sad to say but this is number 4 for me :);)
     
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    addy1 water gardener / gold fish and shubunkins Moderator

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    Welcome to our group! Beautiful pond you have, great waterfall also
     
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    Welcome and nice job.
     
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    Hello and welcome to the forum! (y)
     
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    You should push the dog in the water... he's asking for it. I'm just saying... :ROFLMAO:
     
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    ashirley Annie in SC

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    Welcome! Your pond is beautiful. I would kill for large flat flagstone like that. :joyful:
     
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    Welcome, and dont feel judged! I only have one 30g pond and everyone here has been friendly and welcoming! This is not an elitist site. Its a lovely pond and I wish I could be so lucky!
     
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    Ahahaha! If t were me, I would have!
     
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    Just think of yourself as Garfield and the dog is Odie.
     
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    Welcome :)
     
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    Welcome to the forum. Your dog looks very happy :)
    I have been lucky my two dogs do not want to get in my pond. But the dog next door (massive dog) ran in one day when my gate was open and did a doggie cannon ball.
     
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