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    Great looking pool. Love the aerial view. WE finished ours in November. Come on warm weather

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    LOVE all the stonework, cabber! gorgeous! 8)

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    WOW! That is one of my favorite backyard pools! I love the stone for the beach entry and the large stones for the spillway from the spa.

    What is the length of the pool? Looks like a nice long stretch - you could actually swim laps.

    If I make a good kickoff from one end, I'm half way across before I have to start swimming. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheOne
    cabber I MUST see more pix of your POOL!. That is AWESOME.
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    I agree, more pics would be awesome, I love stone and using it in anything is just great.
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    It amazes me that you can have a pool that looks like that in a persons home. Fantastic... Kimrst
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    more pics and details... man what an oasis!

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    First off. Thanks for all the wonderful compliments. It is much appreciated. As you may know, we have been getting an unbelievable amount of rain hre in Texas which makes for excellent landscaping an miserable swimming. I was able to take a few more pics this morning, after yet, another down pour.

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    26,000 Gallons in ground with spa
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    26,000 Gallons in ground with spa
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    Geez, I'm so jealous. :P I try really hard not to be, but I am!

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    I believe someone wanted details:

    We have young kids: 6 and 4 and several younger kids within our neighborhood so we wanted a beach entry that could be used by the real young ones. It measures 12 feet from the entry point to the first step. About 9 feet wide at the widest point. The rocks can be used as seats to wathc the little ones. The water level reaches about 15 inches at its deepest point. So far that has been the biggest hit as we can mount an umbrella in the middle, turn on the spouts and kids are in heaven. The only problem is people will not leave

    The pool measure 30 plus feet from end to end, we extended the shallow end fro the width perspective to accomadate children and couldn't happier. From one side of the shalow end to the other (width wise) we measure some 24 feet wide. More than enough room for kids to play. It scales from about 31/2 feet deep to 4 1/2 in the shallow end. The deep end is 8 1/2 for those brave souls that launch off the water fall. This is only done when Mom is away and dad is on pool patrol

    The bottom is a tahoe Blue mini pebble, which we could not be happier with. All equipment is Jandy, including SWG. We invested in landscaping about a montha go and have been fortunate to have all the rain one could want. I ready for the SUN.

    Thanks again for the wonderful compliments.
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    Truly breathtaking - what a wonderful job. I am incredibly impressed by so many of the pools folks here have put together. You have really redefined what a backyard pool can look like! Kudos.... 8)
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    Fantastic! That is one of the nicest pools I've ever seen with the rock formations...great job!

    What part of TX? I'll be over tomorrow

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    Wish I could do that up here its awesome but alas the ground and everthing else freezes at least 4 feet deep

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    Quote Originally Posted by uwimage
    Fantastic! That is one of the nicest pools I've ever seen with the rock formations...great job!

    What part of TX? I'll be over tomorrow

    -Thomas
    Exactly what I was thinking. I don't think I've seen any pool yet that has as nice of a design with rock formations. That is truly beautiful.
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    That pool is absolutely gorgeous! So when is the BBQ? lol
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