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    New Pool East of Dallas

    Enjoy the pics.... We are east of Dallas, filled the pool in December and just now getting a chance to do some work around the pool area. The color is PebbleTec Tahoe Blue, Oklahoma flagstone is the rock, we put in a swimup bar with removable bar stools, firepit and a stone beach entry tanning ledge.


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    Welcome to TFP and very nice!

    I like the stone coping and beach entry!
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    welcome, awsome lookin pool.

    ot but nice Chevy in the back, just like a texan. i noticed your neighbor has a white ford, does everybody have a white truck down there??

    when we were there my truck was red.

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    welcome RodTex The pool and area looks great. My area of the country just doesn't have the craftsmen to do all the stonework it makes me real jealous of all the other pools. I think RodTex drives the Chevy because he has a big trailer and the neighbor has a Ford for the small trailer.
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    That flagstone is beautiful and I love how you used it. Really nice pool, enjoy
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    lovely!

    welcome to TFP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ric
    welcome RodTex The pool and area looks great. My area of the country just doesn't have the craftsmen to do all the stonework it makes me real jealous of all the other pools. I think RodTex drives the Chevy because he has a big trailer and the neighbor has a Ford for the small trailer.
    yea the ford would probably explode if it tried to pull the camper

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollin Thunder
    does everybody have a white truck down there??
    Nope, mine is blue My buddies that moved down here from Michigan were astonished at how many of us drive pickups, LOL!
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    Hi RodTex and welcome to TFP. Your pool is beautiful and your firepit area is different and unexpected! Love it!
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    Almost everyone drives a pickup in Texas, when I lived there I drove a big grey '05 2500 Dodge with 5.9 Cummins, moved back to California and we have $4.00/ gallon gasoline and Diesel some $4.45 so I drive an '08 Nissan Frontier, miss my Dodge and the power from the 5.9 but the Nissan is 100% more dependable and easier on the gas bill. And by the way love the pool and the beach entry.

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