Thank You to those who did the work

Discussion in 'Pond Archive' started by, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. Guest

    Just found out that the new group made it to prime time! Congratulations,
    and thank you to all who put forth the effort to bring it to fruition. I may
    not post often, as I'm a newbie to all of this (in fact, I still havn't dug
    my first hole yet), but I do enjoy my goldfish, and learn so much from
    lurking and learning. I'm probably correct in my suspicions that a lot of us
    do far more reading than posting. The time spent listening to most of you is
    well spent for someone who plans to make the leap in the future. My pond
    plan has been changed hundreds of times already because of what I've learned
    from all of you on the original rec.ponds, I'm sure glad I didn't just dig a
    hole and fill it with water. My ignorance would have doomed many fish to a
    terrible life.
    Now that this group is up and running, I can begin again to work on my pond
    plan. Good timing too, as I'm down to 1 year, 5 months and 16 days till
    retirement, which is my estimated start date for construction. LOL
    , Apr 25, 2007
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  2. We are glad to have you here lurking or participating. Especially,
    check in once you are seriously doing plans. Everyone here who has
    built a pond remembers the million questions and issues that they had
    to address. Sometimes we made good decisions. Other times we did
    things that are good lessons about how not to do things! It is fun to
    pass both on to others. Please visit often and feel free to jump in.

    Phyllis and Jim, Apr 26, 2007
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  3. BoyPete Guest

    I made mistakes with my pond which I wouldn't have done if I'd been here.
    Lurk, read and learn.
    Welcome to RPM :)
    BoyPete, Apr 26, 2007
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