Re: NANFA-- Outdoor Systems vs Indoor Systems
Wed, 26 May 2004 00:32:20 EDT

In a message dated 5/25/04 11:28:30 PM, writes:

<< Don't know if there was anything else Lee wanted to say about his setups.

The only additional comments are these:
The outdoor pool is the smallest of my pools and the only one not in the
ground, so it is emptied every winter. It has been a pleasure on the deck. The
indoor pool is almost impossible to see without hanging over the cellar steps. I
had a blooming tropical water lily "Dauben" in it for several years, but it
died out about a year ago. The current lily has not bloomed. It needs more than
just a shop light on 12 hours a day. I really enjoy the feeding frenzy of the
shiners and chub that are in it now. I think about replacing a couple risers
on the steps with Plexiglas but haven't done that yet.

Lee Harper
Media, PA
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