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Re: New Pond Project.

Postby alison on Thu May 16, 2013 1:13 am

She was going to but her husband emptied it and doesn't want to do the work again. They are both 'mature citizens' and it is just too much for David to carry out. I bet all the frogs keep coming.
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Re: New Pond Project.

Postby Ponddipperdave on Sat Jun 22, 2013 10:09 pm

My pond is beautiful and active again.

Listen to this, do you have a POUNDLAND near you? They are selling Colour changing floating solar lights at a pound each with either a dragonfly or butterfly on them. I bought two and floated them on the pond but the wind takes them to one corner so I put them on the turf at the front of the pond. They are beautiful. I've got ten now! free electricity!
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Re: New Pond Project.

Postby alison on Mon Jul 01, 2013 9:08 am

That made me laugh. I think you are like me, when something is nice I have to have more than 1 of them. It sounds like you are becoming more enthusiastic again Dave after the heron and the loss of your last pond it is easy to get disheartened but you have come back and are enjoying the fruits of your labours. Well done. :D
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Re: New Pond Project.

Postby Ponddipperdave on Fri Jul 05, 2013 9:05 pm

The ponds looking beautiful this evening. Saw next doors cat playing with something so I shooed it away.
Loads of froglets leaving the pond.
Nature's good isn't it? especially with a little help from mankind.
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