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Re: fireworks NOW flooding

I hear some relief will be moving into the area later in the week.  Were you
able to save some of the fish?  Can they be moved to a temporary tank while
the pond is stabilized?  I don't know anything about ponds, but I can
understand your pain.  Sounds like a lot of work in terrible conditions with
not very satisfactory results. I wish you luck.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Donna" <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Monday, July 07, 2003 9:37 PM
Subject: RE: [CHAT] fireworks NOW flooding

> Thankfully I am back on line, have electricity, and an a/c unit that is
> working great.... not all around me are that lucky. Storms here have
> knocked out power since Friday... and Kitty is right.. the humidity is
> unbearable.
> I feel like I have moved around the country this year.. spring was cool
> and wet (PNW), then to Pam blistering heat, now I guess Florida's
> weather. And to think this is only in the last month! Somehow my plants
> are surviving, although blooming at the wrong times.
> I managed to loose a lot of my fish this weekend. So much for knowing
> what I am doing :(   Loss of power to move the water- limited the
> filtration, way too high of temps, and way too many fish. Not to mention
> the lightening hole next to the pond where all contributing factors.. I
> think anyways. Still working on getting that pond stable.
> The back of my yard is officially a swamp now... with all the rain, hail
> and dumping 5,000 gallons of pond water... yep, definitely a swamp.
> Don't need to fertilize there for the rest of the year....
> Donna
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