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    Pacific NW sunlover here

    I've been reading this group for a few days & I love the diversity of the forums & posts! We have recently installed a 27 ft. partially sunk AG, I would love an inground but it wouldn't make alot of sense to spend all the $$ when we have such a short season, 3 months at most. Used to have a 15 ft but we moved to a place with acreage & dawn til dusk sun..god i love hot weather when we get it, I'm a Florida then Montana transplant so we had real summers in those places..here in Wash. state its hit & miss..i may have questions as time goes on, bear with me!

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    Maybe not the ideal climate for swimming pools, but I absolutely love the Pacific Northwest. I would move out there in a heartbeat but my wife has clearly indicated the divorce proceedings would be ugly indeed!! What a spoilsport!!

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    I was born in Seattle! lovely area of the country...

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    Hi there! Welcome to the group.
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    Welcome to the forum mate

    Lots of great Information on this
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Mermaid Queen
    I was born in Seattle! lovely area of the country...

    Welcome to TFP!!
    ...and I was born in Bellevue...but escaped.

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    thanks all..i've enjoyed this group alot so far & have been picking up all kinds of little info tidbits!

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