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Old 06-17-2012, 03:41 PM
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Originally Posted by STL Ponds and Waterfalls View Post
In my builds the gravel is sometimes poorly seperated from the quarry, but it is from 3"-4" down to pea size. On average it's 2"-3" in size.

I'd like to build something like that but with my time and family, a man has to know his limitations!
I have built 5 or 6 of these for friends that do pool maintinance and none took over 3 hours to complete.
I have been thinking that there could be an advertizing advantage IF IT were possible to clean the pond without spilling the water.
My curiosity is piqued and i should be able to find some free time this winter to give it a try.
If i covld ask for a link to the vac tadpole was referring to i would research it.
water is a precious and expensive commodity
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