I see the pups are helping dig. GOOD DOGS!!
I would love to have a pond in the yard. I just have too many trees and the Pudge's friends would be blowing up the fish. Can't wait to see the finished pond.
Elizabeth and the whole gang of Girlz too. Hubs is very lucky to have such good help. bawahahaBuzz, *snort* reminds me of growing up with my older brothers. They lived to blow things up!
Look at Elizabeth working so hard...love the cheerleaders on the side line.
Oh! Those puppie dogs are so cute! You are lucky to having fun!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
Look at Jiggs play stance! What a cutester.
A bigger pond! What a great concept.
I can't wait to see it!
Is this for a koi pond?Your pups may just be a smidge cuter than mine and I don't concede that lightly.
MS, it's probably gonna end up being the pups swimming hole...;)
Koi pond....SNORT. I'm sure the local wading birds or perhaps a racoon or two would really enjoy a koi pond.
You know it! Damn raccoons killed my big bullfrogs.
Ryan and I have one rule when we work on home improvement/remodel/landscape projects. If the project creates THREE arguments, we drop the project. This happened one time in our 18-years-this-summer marriage. It was over a pond in the yard. As we wrapped up Argument #3, Ryan picked up a shovel and started filling in the hole. That weekend, we bought a fountain. I have greater faith in your endeavor! Can't wait to see the progress and completion.
Can't wait to see the new pond!
Glad to see this is a pond. I thought at first that the city fathers had put out a hit on your chicken coop.lol I liked the old pond, what happened to it? You know Jiggy is going to be green.
I was shocked to see you post a photograph that did not reflect the usual beauty of the outdoors. I was going to ask for an explanation but see from reading other comments that you are about building a pond. We had a huge, lovely and beautiful pond in Kansas but never could get it to hold water. Hope yours is wonderful and glad the pups can help.
Hmmmm frog legs..hmmmmmm.
Granny, John is putting the pond liner in this weekend, so hopefully by Sunday it'll look more like a pond than a pit of dooooooom.
*note to self* hide my pet frogs if Shamy ever comes to visit.
Especially if you're low on proteins in the fridge.
I dug a pond. Once. It was much smaller and STILL nearly killed me, my husband and a friend. Kudos to your Man for taking this on... it looks like he's not only a good digger, but also a plumber and an electrician?Can't wait to see more pictures, hopefully not of your dogs swimming in it?
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