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    Hello! Newbie in the Boston area

    Hello,

    After tossing the idea around for a few years (and listening to countless people telling us not to do it) we finally made the decision to go ahead with a pool! I've been lurking on this site since we started building our pool this past September. I posted my first question last night but figured I should introduce myself here.
    I've read a lot of interesting and helpful posts on here. Such knowledgable pool owners! Thanks for all the tips.
    Reeeaaaally looking forward to finishing our pool this spring! I'm having a hard time attaching pictures from my iPad. I was only able to upload one. It's from the landscaper.

    Thanks again for for all the great info!

    Christine
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    Re: Hello! Newbie in the Boston area

    HI! That is a pretty set up! All of those people telling you not to do it have not found TFP! I am heading over to your build thread now.

    Kim
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    Re: Hello! Newbie in the Boston area

    Welcome to the forum!
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    Re: Hello! Newbie in the Boston area

    Welcome to TFP! You won't find anyone here telling you not to build a pool! Occasionally people with damaged or filled in pools will ask if they should resurrect their pool and the answer is always unanimously yes!
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    Re: Hello! Newbie in the Boston area

    Thank you! We're not even done yet and I already wish we did it 3 years ago! Kim, at the risk of sounding stupid, what do you mean by "heading over to your build thread now"? �� I'm still figuring out this website.

    Thanks again for the welcome!

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    Re: Hello! Newbie in the Boston area

    It meant I was stalking you LOL as in going over to your other thread about your build.

    Kim
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