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Old 07-04-2012, 06:21 AM posted to rec.ponds.moderated
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Put in a flowerbed area yesterday, where I had to dig the area where the
edging goes, then put the edging in, rake it, weed fabric and then a good
dozen or more Gorilla Cart loads of the mulch. This is where my tubs will
go this year for my divides-for-sale. Rather than scattered thru-out the
yard, or in the way along side the koi ponds. Tis the sunniest place in the
yard too.

Course today I'm sooooo sore, everywhere. I was hoping to open up the koi
pond and get the bigger pump going... but we're having on & off hail storms
and supposedly freezing tonight. So will wait on that and recuperate.... at
least until the sun comes out this afternoon (so they say). ~ jan
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Old 14-04-2012, 09:37 PM posted to rec.ponds.moderated
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I hope you have recovered from your exertions! Probably worth it in the end?

I have joined Jack Benny at 39 and holding. However, the SS thinks I could retire. We thought of doing the annual draining of the berm ponds and trimming of the main pond junipers, but the water is too cold. We will do them in a few weeks.



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