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Thread: Taking down the pool for the season...........

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    Taking down the pool for the season...........

    Today is the day, taking down the pool and packing away until the spring........

    Getting cold now at night to keep it at a decent temp, pool has been down to 60 all week, and no more warm weather in sight. Too bad, but we had a great summer, short but used it lots. Next year before setup going to put paving stones, and foam down under it.
    Ultra 16', Intex Sand filter/pump combo, 8' x 20' solar panels, solar blanket w/roll tube, 1" extruded foam floor with Gorilla pad, Liquid chlorine and stabilizer.

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    Re: Taking down the pool for the season...........

    Hope you had a good swim season ! It won't be to long, another month and our swim season will be winding down too.
    Always next year to look froward to. 😎
    Jeff
    24'x54" AG Morada RTR (by wilbar) 13'500 gal. Hayward Powerflo Matrix 1hp 2 speed. Hayward Perflex EC65 DE filter.

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    Re: Taking down the pool for the season...........

    Boo. This makes me sad. I'm hoping for warm weather that carries us into November.
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    Re: Taking down the pool for the season...........

    Well, its all done and packed away. Got a surprise this year, found a squirrel had dug a tunnel under the pool, and was stashing sunflower seeds in this tunnel that ended up close to the center of the pool! First time I ever had that, what does every one else to prevent that?
    Ultra 16', Intex Sand filter/pump combo, 8' x 20' solar panels, solar blanket w/roll tube, 1" extruded foam floor with Gorilla pad, Liquid chlorine and stabilizer.

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