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Thread: my moat / fish pond has filled up (pic heavy)

  1. #21
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    Awesome job! What did you do with all the dirt that was removed to make the moat/pond?

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    What did you do with all the dirt that was removed to make the moat/pond?
    it forms the dam which is about 10 -15 feet higher than the original field.

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    Real nice set up you have there explo72...did you save any of that blue clay for horseshoe pits?
    ...because without American there is no free world...you betcha!

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    did you save any of that blue clay for horseshoe pits?
    would have if I knew enough to do so, LOL.
    why is blue clay good for horseshoe pits?
    will be doing some more diggin in the future and can set some aside.

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    ^truthfully I dunno but I'm told that's the way it is for regulation matches.
    ...because without American there is no free world...you betcha!

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    NICE! Very NICE! Actually, Very impressive!
    I failed one of your test, thank you very much. lol. When we had our ponds dug, we didn't block them and we had some erosion. Our ponds were originally 20' deep. Over the years, even though we are on a very high hill, some of the red clay burms washed down into the pond basin. Now they are all around 16 ft deep. Need to fix that before they turn into wading ponds.
    Remember what Einstein said:
    I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.

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