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    lucky shot

    Kohaku...sanke...yamabuki...ochiba...tancho



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    Sansai Ian_&_Terri's Avatar
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    yama time. gonna be NICE. Sanke has promise... like where I think it's going.

    Ochiba is one you've been trying to capture?

    Terri

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    Terri,

    things frozen up yet in your neck of the woods? We got our first heavy snow yesterday and it broke off my japanese garden red pines limbs that i have been trainingg for over 25 years. ARRRRRG!

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    Hi Dick

    Sorry to hear about your red pines...
    Yes things are frozen here with a good dusting of snow. .. winter has arrived. The past couple of weeks our local area has had some whacky weather, warm sunny days to rain to chilling wind and heavy flurries - sometimes this happening all in one week LOL
    All our koi came indoors in mid-October, since then the ponds have frozen over and thawed several times... it's nice to not have to worry about them but rather still enjoy their company.

    Kind Regards,
    Terri

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    Hi Kiefer,

    The Maruten on he top right seems to be very interesting. Do you have a pix of it? Other Sanke and Kohaku looking good....

    --Dinh

    Quote Originally Posted by kgt1223
    Kohaku...sanke...yamabuki...ochiba...tancho



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    Quote Originally Posted by dick benbow
    Terri,

    things frozen up yet in your neck of the woods? We got our first heavy snow yesterday and it broke off my japanese garden red pines limbs that i have been trainingg for over 25 years. ARRRRRG!
    Dick, wife and I have been discussing greenhousing somewhat with our bonsai's. Of course we do not have snow. But it got down to 34 degrees last night. Pretty close to frosty plants.


    KGT, very cool. Somehow I don't think that was a lucky shot

    Joe

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