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Re: Re:snow day

In a message dated 2/14/07 6:50:43 PM, gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:

> his 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. 

Noreen,   my pond is just 18" deep so as avoid having a fenced yard as reqd
by code and this is the treatment that is rqd for mine.   My stream is very
shallow so we just drain & cover with plastic.

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