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    Petermgr

    Hi all . . .

    I joined awhile ago (May) but never introduced myself.

    My wife and I bought a spa in 2002 to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. We weren't too sure about getting a spa thinking that maybe the novelty would wear off. But it hasn't. Along with our 4 kids we've enjoyed it immensely and use it often. The only regret was not being more educated about how to maintain a spa and relying on the local pool stores to advise us. We like to keep things simple and the advice we were given did everything but. So after almost 7 years of owning the spa and doing countless trial and errors with proper maintenance, I discovered this site. And finally we're on the way to keeping things simple and seeing the results of "good advice". We have switched over to the BBB system for our spa and so far, great.

    When not in the spa, we enjoy our kids, grand kids, wilderness camping, alpine hiking, and my big hobby in photography . . . life keeps us busy

    Take care . . .

    Peter
    1250L (330 US Gal) Max Spa - Chlorine
    Owned and operated since 2001 and still learning . . .
    BBB beginner

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    Re: Petermgr

    Hi Peter welcome back to the forums!
    status: gone fishing :p

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    Re: Petermgr

    Peter,

    Welcome

    If that picture is representative of where you are when you're not on the forum, I don't blame you a bit!
    14,555 gal in-ground 16'x29' white plaster Pool w/spa (2007); Goldline Aqua Logic AQL-PS-8 control w/Aqua Cell 15 Salt Water Chlorination (SWCG); Hayward TriStar 1HP (1.85 SF) main / 1.5HP (1.60 SF) spa pumps; Hayward Swimclear cart filter C4025, ColorLogic LED lights; Tankless SP-18-4 electric heater; Polaris 280 cleaner.
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    Re: Petermgr

    Hi Peter and welcome

    Beautiful pic.
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    Re: Petermgr

    Quote Originally Posted by IslandPool
    Hi Peter welcome back to the forums!
    Thanks IslandPool
    1250L (330 US Gal) Max Spa - Chlorine
    Owned and operated since 2001 and still learning . . .
    BBB beginner

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    Re: Petermgr

    Quote Originally Posted by polyvue
    Peter,

    Welcome

    If that picture is representative of where you are when you're not on the forum, I don't blame you a bit!
    Thanks polyvue

    That's where we go wilderness camping. Access by boat only, 40 miles away from the nearest road . . .

    Or, when we can, we go alpine hiking . . .


    Alpine hiking with our son and daughter in law - 2007

    Peter
    1250L (330 US Gal) Max Spa - Chlorine
    Owned and operated since 2001 and still learning . . .
    BBB beginner

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    Re: Petermgr

    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly
    Hi Peter and welcome

    Beautiful pic.
    Thanks Butterfly
    1250L (330 US Gal) Max Spa - Chlorine
    Owned and operated since 2001 and still learning . . .
    BBB beginner

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