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Old 10-04-2016, 03:48 PM   #21
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Do you have a pump in it?

How the heck do you keep the skeeters down?

Is that a feeder hanging over the pond?
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Old 10-04-2016, 08:40 PM   #22
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Do you have a pump in it?

How the heck do you keep the skeeters down?

Is that a feeder hanging over the pond?
I have an underground filter system that I built myself, this way it doesnt freeze in the winter, 2 pumps run the filter,
yes thats a feeder hanging, greatest thing I put on the pond, 1 filling lasts like 3 weeks.
no skeeters,,they be fish food, all those hungry mouths eat any insect that comes too close..skeeters only like stagnant water to lay there eggs in also..
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That's a bada$$ koi pond you built.
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Her new live toy ... at least until she eats it. The dog wondering wtf is the crazy cat doing.
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my lab mix is always bringing raccoons, possums and squirrels back to the house....usually not moving on their own, once I had to fish him out of the koi pond as he and a raccoon were going at it...rabies shots kept up to date on both dogs...
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If i would let her, my dog would come back with a particular neighbor's lifeless Chihuahua.
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Thanks Bill, that actually hits close to home for me.
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Trick hanging out on the job and inspecting the work I did to give the pop-off and pan line proper fall to the exterior.


Ps. She is completely useless with every other aspect of installing water heaters.
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She was useless on the ride home too. I guess her day of sniffing new things and watching me work really took it out of her.
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