Rob & Amy's Pond

This is our self built pond. The pond is 18ft X 26ft the depth is 3ft at the deepest area with a 19ft stream. It has 3 pumps and 4 bio filters, 1 Bio filter with 22" waterfall and a large skimmer. Approximately 3500 gals.

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What a nice video to watch 1st thing in the morning. That was so relaxing. I enjoyed it immensely and feel like I snuck into a nature park w/o having to pay :)
 
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Nice of you to show that so we can all see how your setup works for you. You have a lot of filters in there and it sure keeps your water sparkling clear. Would you highly recommend the Savio's as I see you have a bunch of them?
 
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Nice of you to show that so we can all see how your setup works for you. You have a lot of filters in there and it sure keeps your water sparkling clear. Would you highly recommend the Savio's as I see you have a bunch of them?
I find the Savio filters work well and would recommend them. They are easy to maintain and install. I have been happy with the products and company so far.
 
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How do you actually see the latest photo's that you put up Rob? You have tons of pix and hard to find the most recent ones. Is there a trick I am missing cuz I try clicking Veiw updates and their are tons. See what I mean?
 
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