Posts Tagged ‘waterfalls’

AERATING YOUR NATURAL POND

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: July 25th, 2011 | 2 Comments on AERATING YOUR NATURAL POND

Having a natural pond on your property can be a tremendous asset to your property. A pond can enhance your living conditions and add beauty to your property, and a healthy pond can add value to your real estate….a healthy pond that is. One of the very basic elements of a healthy pond is a pond that has good oxygen levels.

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POND SPITTERS AND FOUNTAINS

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: April 13th, 2011 | 3 Comments on POND SPITTERS AND FOUNTAINS

Spitters and fountains are ancient ways of artistic expression using water. The Romans are very famous for the use of fountains and spitters in their water works. The “Brussels Boy ‘spitter'” of a young boy urinating is a cultural icon, now found gracing ponds around the world. Today spitters are still a great way to add personality and put that personal touch to your pond.

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A KOY STORY

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: March 14th, 2011 | 2 Comments on A KOY STORY

Many who keep koi follow a similar path. Most first become introduced to koi by chance, casually; perhaps at a backyard party of an acquaintance or at a public garden. Then, knowing nothing about koi except that they stirred you somehow; a relationship begins.

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IT’S 2011, HAPPY NEW YEAR!

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: January 12th, 2011 | No Comments on IT’S 2011, HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Have I told you happy New Year yet? Well, if not, happy New Year! I should tell you now before it gets to that point where it is too late to wish this. Have I told you that I appreciate you? Well, if not, I do; and if you’re reading this New Year message I mean it sincerely. Thanks for being here.

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PUMP UP YOUR POND!

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: October 26th, 2010 | 3 Comments on PUMP UP YOUR POND!

Not all pond pumps are created equal, and not all water pumps can be used for ponds. Filtration is key in the performance of your pond’s filtration system and at the heart of every pond filter system is a pump.

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CATS AND GARDEN PONDS

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: August 30th, 2010 | 29 Comments on CATS AND GARDEN PONDS

“The world’s most expensive water bowl”. Sometimes that is how my pond seems to me. I have on many occasions watched my cat Pippin interact with my pond.

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PONDS, MAN

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: August 23rd, 2010 | No Comments on PONDS, MAN

Ponds, Man

Even “In The Beginning” there was water.
Water and humanity have shared a special relationship from the earliest memories of time, and this relationship will continue till death do we part. Man has sought to capture, control, manipulate, exploit, and even amuse himself with water since even the most primitive civilization first came into existence.

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PONDS VS. GAMING SYSTEMS

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: June 29th, 2010 | No Comments on PONDS VS. GAMING SYSTEMS

Gaming

As an owner of 2 seasonal businesses I do not get a lot of time off, so family time to me is pretty important and I take it where I can get it. I even look at house cleaning as a family time opportunity; and based on the faces of my 2 girls when it is time to clean they enjoy it even more than I……

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THE STAYCATION POND

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: May 3rd, 2010 | No Comments on THE STAYCATION POND

staycation

Every now and then we all come across a new buzzword. Well, in my industry and in several others as well one of the latest “buzzes” is the staycation. Maybe you’ve heard of this latest trend with homeowners.

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THE POWER OF A POND

By: Mike Gannon | Posted On: October 16th, 2009 | No Comments on THE POWER OF A POND

When I first got involved with ponds I don’t think I fully realized how encompassing the subject of ponds, watergardens, and waterfalls is. For me personally; ponds have actually become central to how I live my life and spend my days whether it be for business, recreation, or family time. The influence that ponds have over my psyche is pretty dominating. Being aware of this fact about myself, it only was natural for me to start to look outside of my experiences with ponds, waterfalls, water gardens, koi ponds, and water features in general, and to look further as to how it affects others regardless of if it is their first experience with a pond or they have many decades of experience with ponds; I look at what type of reaction it creates in people with the same interest.

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