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Re:snow day

Can't really relate to the amount of snow, etc.....and this might be really  
a dumb question.....but, don't most folks bring in the fish  for the winter to 
the basement into a temporary pond???  I know a few  ponders that have done 
this for years, along with their tropical lilies,  etc.  I just assumed most 
folks do this too.   What  about the de-icers and things like that which are to 
guard against losing  the fish, keeping an air hole open???? 
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast 
In a message dated 2/14/2007 11:03:21 AM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

It has  buried my patio furniture on the west side and even the
pond is totally  covered and over the bridge which I estimate makes it 3ft 
there  too..(not good, gonna loose my fish!).. 

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