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Re: ponds/plants

In a message dated 1/28/04 9:16:43 PM, justme@prairieinet.net writes:

<< We followed all the
ordinances as if we were installing a pool...  >>

Donna, I would think a pond has the same risk as a pool.  We have never had 
problems with the children in the neighborhood.  They occasionally ask if they 
may feed the fish.  We have a small water feature in front of the house which 
is a spurter shooting up from a rock base.  They like to stick their bare toes 
in the water which is completely safe.

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