I'm assuming this question was for me. We bought this wonderful country home with pond in '16. The gent we bought it from had the home built and the .6 acre pond dug in '98. When his wife passed suddenly in '16 he decided to sell and move in with one of his boys. We were the lucky ones that stumbled onto the Zillow listing just a few hours after it was posted. I fell in love with the pics and decided it was our dream home as well. We've been here since fall of '16 and I've yet to hear a siren. Serenity.that pond is crazy did you build it or is it natural ?
I have a "Love the Pond" intro thread I did here when I first joined that has a ton of pics.
Our original forcast for accumulations were from 12 to 18 inches mid Michigan. We got around 3. I can live with that. My concern was that the ice on local lakes, which is just getting safe on many of them, would not like 12 or more inches of insulating snow cover pushing down on 2 inches of ice. It takes longer to set up and get safe when this happens. Yep, I can live with 2 or 3 inches.