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Digging out old ponds

 
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I have begun an adventure on my property.  There are a series of 4 ponds down a south facing slope on our property.  They are all in terrible condition after at least 30-40 years of neglect. Side note, I purchased just over a year ago.  I'm beginning to video some of the progress and post it to youtube and facebook.  Check it out.  Be sure leave questions or advise.
 
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Location: New York,USA
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This is great to see that. I did not see it before. Thanks
 
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