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    My New Avatar - or- Mr. Lincoln goes swimming

    I have been doing this BBB 100% this year. In the past I was addicted to pucks and floaters. I didn't even replace mine this year...I just threw away the old dead one the was laying around. I have sooo many great compliments.

    So, I have heard about people talking how clear their pool is. This photo was taken this morning. I have 48 inches of water in my pool. I can easily read the dates on the coin, even with my old glasses. My avatar, grainy as it is being as small as it is, is a 2010 Lincoln penny on the floor of my pool. I can read that in my photo. I could not be happier.



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    Re: My New Avatar - or- Mr. Lincoln goes swimming

    Nice clear water

    But, you have some metal on your pool walls ... may want to start a AA treatment ...

    Or just go diving
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    Re: My New Avatar - or- Mr. Lincoln goes swimming

    Quote Originally Posted by techguy
    I have been doing this BBB 100% this year. In the past I was addicted to pucks and floaters. I didn't even replace mine this year...I just threw away the old dead one the was laying around. I have sooo many great compliments.

    So, I have heard about people talking how clear their pool is. This photo was taken this morning. I have 48 inches of water in my pool. I can easily read the dates on the coin, even with my old glasses. My avatar, grainy as it is being as small as it is, is a 2010 Lincoln penny on the floor of my pool. I can read that in my photo. I could not be happier.

    I love it!
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    Re: My New Avatar - or- Mr. Lincoln goes swimming

    Quote Originally Posted by jblizzle
    Nice clear water

    But, you have some metal on your pool walls ... may want to start a AA treatment ...

    Or just go diving
    I think the metals are on the floor... and a leaf rake doesn't want to get them. I will have to swim tonight...
    I think it's called the BofA treatment.
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