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    Storms Suck

    Rain has sky rocketed my pH and my pool is full of helicopters!!! boooo!
    2003 Coleman MAAX Collection Model 706 - 400gal

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    Atleast you have a pool!!



    Rain has delayed our install for a few weeks now...boo!
    27ft Above Ground Pool, 52" walls, vinyl liner
    1hp Pentair pump system
    22.5" Pentair sand filter
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    Well now that most of my work around the pool is done I need to get the ground to settle but can't without rain to help, I don't want to run my well dry....(no rain here for 1.5 weeks)boooo!

    p.s. send it my way will ya!
    14x33 fiberglass freeform
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    I would love to share the rain with you! We have had it for over a week, with wind and more on the way for the next several days! Stopped heating the pool because swimming is not existent. We are a little grumpy here as summer is no where in site...
    AG 18x38x4 (16,000gals), sand filter

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    I'm sure like you when my pool is past this point all it will do is rain then I'll be saying...booooo!
    14x33 fiberglass freeform
    Variable speed Pentair intelliflo superpump
    420 Clean and Clear Plus cartridge filter.
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    You could send some of that rain our way. We would love to take our boat out and go fishing but it is soo dry that all the boat ramps are above water.
    Intex 16' X 32' X 52" 14,364 galllon AGP, 16" sand filter & SWG, Pool Rover & Sunrise Journey SPA 320 gallons, TechniChlor 110 SWG

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    I know your pain...with all the rain we had in N. Texas last year we hardly got to use the pool at all. I'd rather have no rain and $120 water bills than lots of rain, no swimming and $20 water bills!

    Hope it calms down for ya'll soon!
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    Amen to that!!! 48 degrees and heavy mist in June is not my idea of a great day! Oh, well, know it is not ideal for others as well... 8)
    AG 18x38x4 (16,000gals), sand filter

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