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Conny and Don Diamond, Conrad

As so often there already was a smal pond with waterfall.
It was always difficult to save the fish in the wintertime.
An expention was desired, with a pond deep enough, to leave the fish over  the wintertime where they, by nature, belong, in the pond.

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After planning the new pond, Don Diamond dug the hole and I designed the levels.

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Trough carefull planning, we were able to save most of the existing waterfall

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Underlayment was installed, to avoid roots and small stones which could damage the liner.

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Liner in place, now working out the folds, always away from the waterfall.

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Here the liner is already in place, and the detailwork began

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It looks very good. In the back you can see the old liner from the pre-existing waterfall
hanging over the new liner.

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Water going in! Connie Diamond is watching the filling.

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Stones around the boarder are set and now it is time for the waterfall

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Close up look at the waterfall, just before starting it up.

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Here we go, and the soothing sound of water filles the backyard of the Diamond’s

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A waterfall like this could be found in real nature also.

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Time for waterplants and decorations, which will be done with love by Connie Diamond.

Please note:
Here we used 2 Skimmerfilters, which was nessesary because of the extended watervolume

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