Ready to sit by the pond!


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Well I did some work by the pond yesterday morning. I expanded the mulch area to the right of the picture and I added a rock in the water to break the surface for a duck or frog sitting area :), this also is on the right side of the pond. Now we have 3 rocks above the surface in the pond. I added the mulch area due to the fact I had to keep raking the mulch off the grass due to the ducks and deer eating the cracked corn, I guess looking for more moved the mulch on the grass. I gave it another 3ft and so far so good, no raking. Put the chairs back out and we are ready to go. I also added nature bird feeder post near the stone bench, I did that a few weeks ago. Looks much nicer then the metal poles and makes for nice picture perches :) They are near the stone bench.

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Glad you did not say waiting for the fish to get done on the grill moonshadow .Fish in pond may have been insulted and a tad bit worried .;):)
 
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Love the natural bird perches :) Looking forward to pictures of ducks perched on the newly placed pond stones!
 
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Taking pictures of birds require patience! I'm trying to take pictures of some nesting blue birds, with my zoom lens
which doesn't have a stabilizer , so I have to do gymnastics over my kitchen sink ! :)
 

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