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    I wrote a book!

    I've been working on this project for almost 10 years, and it's finally published! I'm so excited. Check it out, it's on my web site http://www.LS1M.com

    (Love this site, btw - my pool water is clearer that I've ever seen it before )
    No pool right now: hoping for a gunite pool in the near future
    Previous pool (poles rusted out due to salt water):
    6300 gallon Intex above-ground pool
    2650 GPH Intex 100lb sand filter
    CS8110 Salt-water Generator

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    Re: I wrote a book!

    Congrats
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    Re: I wrote a book!

    Very cool! I have one published as well. "Dragonflies on my Rod Tip" available at

    http://www.amazon.com/Dragonflies-Rod-T ... 0557096839

    Or e-book at

    http://www.lulu.com/shop/terry-beeson/d ... 92729.html
    17 x 32 feet in-ground - 22,500 gallons - Vinyl liner
    Haywood sand filter (Model TBD) - Pump (TBD)
    Hot Spring spa
    Total noob...

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    Re: I wrote a book!

    Bass guitar, beer, Jesus, and hobby-ADD...sounds like we'd get along pretty well! Congrats on your book.
    11,200 gal, Pebble-Tec; Tristar 2-speed 1hp - Swimclear 325 ft2 cart - SWG - A & A in-floor cleaner - Heat pump. For the poolside cooking, a Yoder Wichita and a Big Steel Keg!
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    Re: I wrote a book!

    Thanks! I've got several people reading it now, hoping for some good reviews to pop up online. I used to play bass for the Baptist church pianist, but haven't for years. That was before my beer-making days, but those are over now too; I just sold my whole beer brew setup on Craigslist. I get tired of hobbies... the swimming pool is my current one, along with kitchen cabinetry, but that's more of a chore. I must say, now that I've gotten all of the chemicals right & finished shocking, maintenance is a breeze! Just check it daily, full chem test on the weekend, vacuum, backflush, and I never have to put the Pool Closed sign up on the back door! Someday I hope to have a real in-ground pool, and by then I'll have enough experience to be able to care for it well from day 1. Not like this pool; I bought it at Sam's, set it up, filled it up, turned on the pump & SWG, and went swimming. "Free chlorine? What the heck is that?"
    No pool right now: hoping for a gunite pool in the near future
    Previous pool (poles rusted out due to salt water):
    6300 gallon Intex above-ground pool
    2650 GPH Intex 100lb sand filter
    CS8110 Salt-water Generator

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