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Re: fountain question

I use this cool velcro net thing that I bought from (** sorry I can't  
remember where & I can't find it on the internet**) to put around the  pump in my 
pond.  It helps prevent the large sized and medium sized debris  from getting in 
there.  It's a rectangular piece of net (real small holes,  like a screen), 
with velcro on the edges.  I place my pump inside it and  press the velcro 
Maybe something like this would work for you.  Or you could wrap  cheesecloth 
around it?
Long  Island, NY
Zone 6/7

Write your Senators and tell them to  oppose the "nuclear option" and protect 
a 200 year old American tradition  --  see below: _www.savethefilibuster.org_ 

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