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    Water chemistry under control, now for some pics!















    And when the wife and kids are away for a night....

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    Re: Water chemistry under control, now for some pics!

    Far too much landscaping there. Send half of it to my house.
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    Re: Water chemistry under control, now for some pics!

    How pretty!! I especially like the water dropping off the rock ledge, and I'm normally not impressed by a lot of random rocks.

    Good job!
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    Re: Water chemistry under control, now for some pics!

    Very, very nice.......and the stuff around the water looks good too
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    Beautiful!
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    Re: Water chemistry under control, now for some pics!

    Nice pool! Other stuff is nice too!
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    Re: Water chemistry under control, now for some pics!

    gorgeous!
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    Wow Tim!
    Very well done! LOVE the landscaping and the lights.
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    Re: Water chemistry under control, now for some pics!

    That's a magazine cover. Nice!
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    Re: Water chemistry under control, now for some pics!

    Absolutely gorgeous! I have unilock pavers too. What did you use for "grout"?

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