Oct 12, 2006

SouthWoods Killer Frost

Sad to see the season come to an end.
I put on the pump yesterday to fill up the pond
and it spilled into the top swale in the night. Then it got to 21 degrees.
Everything is frozen. I have to blow out the lines ASAP!
Hopefully it will warm up a bit.

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