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Jonas Pilot


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These grow beside my pond.
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Rattlesnake Gal

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Fri June 22, 2012 12:47pm

You have a pond?! Lucky! These iris are breathtaking. Does Rowdy swim in your pond?
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Jonas Pilot
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Fri June 22, 2012 1:17pm

I have a pond, you have Winni! If Rowdy Girl get's too hot while we're playing she will all of a sudden quit whatever she's doing and make a bee line to the pond. She swims around long enough to make all the frogs angry and then comes back o play some more.
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Mon June 25, 2012 12:42pm

Great Rowdy story! I think she needs a sibling!

We used to have a hose-made pond as I was growing up. (No water meter!) Us kids would catch frogs to stock it. (No chlorine etc.) My dog Rebel loved chasing them! One day I was startled to find a frog missing half a leg. I wonder if Reb tried frog legs?!

We put about 20 live hornedpout that we caught on the Souhegan River into our little pond. The next moring all we had was a pile of fish heads!!! The raccoons aparently had a wonderful mid-night buffet.
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Mon June 25, 2012 1:50pm

I've often thought it would be cool to have a "game camera" at the pond. I bet we would really be surprised to see how much activity goes on there at night.
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