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    First attempt to post

    This is a pic of my pool... Ill try to get a better shot when its not so overcast and wet out
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    Very nice pool with very clear water....nice work.
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    Re: First attempt to post

    Quote Originally Posted by duraleigh
    Very nice pool with very clear water....nice work.
    Thanks! The test kit is incredible. I can't believe you can test that many different things with such precision.
    It is really going to help me know what's going on moving forward.
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    Have you submitted that pic of the pool for the slideshow? It's a beauty.
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    Beautiful oasis you have there!

    Lovely palms. Not so sure about that kinda' big tree trunk off to the right...? What is that?
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    Nice place you have!
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    Re: First attempt to post

    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly
    Beautiful oasis you have there!

    Lovely palms. Not so sure about that kinda' big tree trunk off to the right...? What is that?

    Butterfly, it's a big tree!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cherie
    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly
    Beautiful oasis you have there!

    Lovely palms. Not so sure about that kinda' big tree trunk off to the right...? What is that?

    Butterfly, it's a big tree!!
    Guess I should have said "What kind of tree?"

    I got a thing about trees being too close to my pool and some are worse than others .......and they all belong to my neighbors!
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    Thanks everyone.

    Those trees are obnoxious, but at least they provide privacy from the neighbors
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitch08
    Thanks everyone.

    Those trees are obnoxious, but at least they provide privacy from the neighbors
    Those are the exact same kind of trees our neighbors have
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