As shared previously, we are reusing old tires as fish ponds. And now, I am thinking of reusing old musical drums as fish ponds since I have seen several old drums thrown near our yard. I have not checked on them if they are good to be used as it is but I am sure, those can be reused to other forms.
I have seen an old orange county drum and percussion set. It is still looking good but I just can’t figure out why it was thrown out.
Image from Pinterest.com
But of course, before I’ll pick those up to reuse, I need to make sure that those will really thrown as unusable one. I’ll make updates as soon as I can progress with this plan.
There are a lot of reusable stuff at home including reusuable shopping bags as what I usually use every time I go shopping or doing the grocery, reusable and recyclable bottles and cans and the last, but definitely not the least reusable one that I am excited to use are the old tires as fish pond.
Image from allcreated.com
Yes! You heard that right! Since it is not good to burn these tires nor just dump these as these will be the best breeding place of mosquitoes, I and hubby just thought of having our little one a pond here in our side yard, just in our flower garden. We do have an aquarium here but having an aquarium is sure to occupy a space here in our small yet livable abode. So we decided to try out ponds in our yard.
For now, I cannot share a picture of it since we are not done with the landscaping and designing the yard. But we already installed the old tires and had a number of fishes on there already. Soon enough, I can share to you some pictures.
Mom and I bought a small submersible pump for the proposed small pond at home which my brother planned to build.
Small Submersible Pump for Small Pond (image from disc.ie)
The small submersible pump we bought was looking like the above image. My brother planned of using the said pump in a three (3) by five (5) square meter pond at home.