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Thread: K-B Hobbyist Ponds

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    K-B Hobbyist Ponds

    Well here in the northern hemisphere koi ponds have been coming to life from a winter's rest.
    Thought it would be nice to see ponds of K-B Hobbyists.
    Here are a couple shots from my pond. Let's see others.
    GarryC

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    Here's a few.......
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    Garry and Dan you guys have some really nice koi...I'll post pics of my tiny pond when I get back from Missourri..
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    Here's my pond... Well, quite not mine but a pond I visited in Memphis...and a Japanese Garden in St. Louis Botanical Garden where I saw Big Head Carp around 40 inches....C'mon I was on vacation and still visited koi ponds I am truely KoiKichi or mental...
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    Oh yeah one last pic, I was at Elephant Rock and saw this small pond/lake really nice...........surrounded by pink granite rocks....
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    Wishing this was my pond!

    That's me and (need I say who's pond?)


    Joe
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    Joe, got one too........1500ton pond.....
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    Posting a photo for Dick....
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    Thanks for posting that Dan--Dick--you really DO have a nice bonsai collection. Got any photos of the blue fish??
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    Here is mine, winter and low temperature (-22 C°) has gone and spring is arrived. Today ,09 AM, is already 22 degree and the koļ are really hungry.
    Nice idea to see some others ponds ....
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