is an apt name for the fanciful
gazebo-like structure at the entrance.
Our effort so far has been
to trim the overgrown vegetation, although
it does need a coat of wood preservative.
Photo is courtesy of Sue Duncan.
The pond lives!
We eliminated the parrot feather,
then the duckweed,
and then the dreaded azolla.
Now the water lilies (and pickerel) are happier,
as well as the pair of turtles, fish, frogs, ducks,
and an occasional heron.
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