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Well is being installed now to keep our 1 acre pond full. I am looking for ideas on how to feed the water in. Most of my neighbors have a piece of PVC sticking out of the ground about a foot and the water just pours out! How lame is that? I looked at some pond side statues but the piping through them is really too small. I've looked at maybe doing a floating fountain head out in the pond and feeding it from the well? All of those are kits though, with pumps, designed to recirc, I've already got aerators for that purpose.
You guys always have some great ideas, let's hear'em!
My favorite thing I've seen is the full size lab with his leg hiked... but waayyy expensive and the plumbing is just too small.


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I ordered it and it had to be shipped.

Check to see if you have Private Messages turned on. You may have to have a few more posts to be able to receive PM's. If so, just post back to this thread a few times to get the post count. Then I can send you the info.
 

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I ordered it and it had to be shipped.

Check to see if you have Private Messages turned on. You may have to have a few more posts to be able to receive PM's. If so, just post back to this thread a few times to get the post count. Then I can send you the info.
Holy smokes! Are you kidding? So the site admin can send me a bunch of PMs but I cant send or recieve my own without inflating my count? :confused:
 

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Well, I think the minimum is 10 or 12 before you can send or receive PM's. I would imagine it is for the benefit of all. It would be bad to allow someone in that could essentially PM everyone on the board without posting. At least if there are a few posts from the individual, the admins can see if they are here legitimately. This is just my guess.

Now that you've found the site, I'm sure you will come here often to at minimum read posts to learn and perhaps help others where you can.
 

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I've been lurking here for years. My biz is a very small-part time residential lawn cutting business. I've gotten a ton of good advice reading posts but most on here are way more hardcore than me. Hard for me to give much help to pros.
 
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