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How to Make a Fountain and Pond from Natural Rock

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Learn how to build a fountain and waterfall from dry stacked stone. Includes information on how to work with a pond liner and install a pump.

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One of my journeys through the Southwest took me to a city where natural wonders abound. Sedona, Arizona, surrounded by enormous red rock formations, is home to Doreen and Paul Slevin, who retired there a couple of years ago. The Slevins love spending time outdoors and it's no wonder when you see their spectacular view. When the couple heard that I was passing through, they wrote in and asked if he would help them add a waterfall and pond built from the Sedona area's natural stone. It was a pleasure to help with such a beautiful and soothing project.

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