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RE: native/wild bees- and other good bugs

Totally in the ground here with a slight edge to keep everything from
running in. No retaining wall here. 

Actually DH got carried away with the back hoe... I wanted 2 1/2 ft! :)
Problem is I literally have to swim in it... I am only 5'2" tall! The
koi love it tho... BTW the liner was 40ft by 40 ft, so it is bigger than
most of the swimming pools around here.


> Five feet deep!!!? And I thought our 3.5 ft deep one was extreme! (Of
> course, it was built into a hill and required a massive retaining
> Cathy
> Cathy
> On Sunday, June 29, 2003, at 10:58 PM, Donna wrote:
> > Um-- 10,000 gallons... and it is five ft deep. It was dug with a
> > backhoe:)
> >
> > Donna

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