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    Default ponds full

    Let the training begin.




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    That sure looks good!

    I have a feeling you're going to become very popular.

    (not that you aren't already...but hey, just look at the pictures!)
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    Good timing. For some reason it popped in my head the other day that I hadn't seen pictures of your ponds full.

    Very nicely done!

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    C O O L !

    Thanks for keeping us posted. It has been cool watching the whole process via RTF.

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    Looks good!





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    You are one fortunate son of a - well - gun!! I have been looking for a used back hoe ever since you posted the first pics, and I'm still pea green with envy!!

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    How does it work when your technical pond overflows? Would it be like a flooded field or is there some sort of drainage pattern? Just curious cus there isn't a dam or spillway.

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