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Nice pictures and hope that guy out there in the orange shorts did not get washed away!
 
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ok people need your help .Found out what is wrong with my trimmer but need help with a screw bit or screw driver to take the back off a craftsman 25 cc .The spark plug wire broke inside wire it hooks up to the cable that that connects it to the spark plug
 
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yes that lighthouse has been battered by the waves over the years, jw the guy in the orange trousers was another photographer, what does the screw head look like sissy ?
 

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I found out it was t20 but thank you mogsie .I had a deck screw bit that was a T25 and realized it looked the same but smaller .I turned out it was a T20 bit and took my trimmer apart and made a video on you tube and took a little thin king a fellow you tuber to figure it out
 

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got it back together but need a spark plug for it .The spark plug is as old as the trimmer I usually pull my spark plug cover off during the winter and I always store my trimmer head up because it is better for it to be stored that way
 
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Good luck keeping the evil Heron away. Your fish are really pretty. Are they all goldfish?
Thankyou, yes they are all goldfish variants , i do have 2 orfe also. Been getting up at the crack of sunrise each day since but haven't seen any sign of it back yet so fiingers crossed the fishing line net is deterring it.
 

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got it back together but need a spark plug for it .The spark plug is as old as the trimmer I usually pull my spark plug cover off during the winter and I always store my trimmer head up because it is better for it to be stored that way
I thought I was the only one with a very old weed trimmer... Mine dates back to the 1980's but it is electric so no spark plug to worry about..
 
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Good thing you covered the pond, cause for sure that bird would otherwise eat all your pretty fish! The net should work ... Nice pond @mogsie
hey colleen i didnt just cover the pond i covered the whole garden 2 ft above my head. i seen it the other day standing in the field behind my house, likely trying to figure out if it can get in or not, havent seen it since. fingers crossed.
 
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well the fishing line seems to be working, havent seen the heron back at my garden for a while. anyways i was at the garden center 2 months ago and they had some bright yellow comets for sale, i had never seen that colour before so i baught some, i have kept 3 of my baby fish from this year the twin tail and 2 others, i have teken them in the house for the winter in a big tank, and they have now changed colour to.... yes bright yellow. unbelievable. ah well looks like i will have a few yellows in the pond next summer. how is everybody, hope nobody on here has been affected by those fires i seen on the news
 

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Good to hear the line is working for ya. I was thinking when my net deteriorates on the top I would just leave the side netting that hangs down to the ground and just add the fish line across the top. The snow sticks to the netting and drags it down into the pond and then it rips. The fish line would not do that!
Neat you found some nice yellow fish. They will show up good out there in the pond.

The fires I know about here are just down in California. No where near us. I see it on the news and it's awful. That's what happens when you live in a very dry area surround by planted trees and brush. California was meant to be desert area and then people decided to make it into something different, bringing water in trying to make it look tropical!
 
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