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Thread: Finally enjoying the diving board.

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    Finally enjoying the diving board.

    In September, I moved into my first house. Here were some 'before' pics.

    Now everything is finally done.

    And finally, I can enjoy my diving board on these hot summer days! (Taken with the girlfriend's camera phone, hence the bad lighting

    It feels good!

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    Casey's Avatar
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    Apr 2007
    SW PA

    Re: Finally enjoying the diving board.

    It's a BIRD! It's a PLANE! NO! It's Kleeberg!

    That pool looks so much better! I don't think I have to tell ya to enjoy it! You already are! Have a safe summer in your gorgeous pool! 8)

    Now, about that jungle...
    I'd bet you my bikini you'll never get TFP water from a pool store!

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    frankthailand's Avatar
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    Apr 2008

    Re: Finally enjoying the diving board.

    Looking funtastic

    Happy swims
    Hello all from the land of smiles. Thailand. 5mx9mx1.5 63000L 16300 gall, pebbletex,
    pentair 1hp whisperflow, tagelus TA60 SF, swg monarch esc24 {a bit small for the tropics} 3 returns, 1 skimmer, 2 astral 100watt lights. Planned and built by me
    an AUSSIE expat living thailand for 18 years.

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    Jul 2008
    Denver, Colorado

    Re: Finally enjoying the diving board.

    Looks good Kleeberg - congrats on your first house...
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    Loogootee, IN

    Re: Finally enjoying the diving board.

    yes, very nice indeed!!!
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