Winter pond

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    From this morning

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    Just beautiful! There is something so pretty about a pond under ice and snow.
     
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    Gorgeous !!
     
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    Not as pretty as I need to keep the heron net up all winter. But looks like time to install the deicer
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    Does anyone know if they make a WiFi submarine with a camera? I can't see my fish, signed, WORRIED
     
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    Your fish will be fine. They are tough to see in the winter. I have used a waterproofed camera in the past lowered on a pole and took some video. Gopro will work
     
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    Nice picture, real pretty. My ponds are frozen over, but no snow.
     
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    Ah, the joy and pain of living in the south(ish!) no snow. As we were driving back, almost home, it started to rain, and burr it was cold. the cat and dog combine to wake me this morning when I was trying to sleep in, so I went to put the dog out, stepped out expecting cold, and nah, not bad. Mid 40s. We’ve seen some ice, nothing much, but winter usually hits hard around the end of December and early January. I miss snow.
     
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    We aren't even iced over yet. The waterfall is icy, but the pond is still mostly open.
     
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    @RobAmy I love how natural your pond looks. I wish I could keep mine running in the winter.
     
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    Bore scopes are cheap now, Costco ever has them. It would work.
     
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