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    Photo update!!

    I can officially say I'm done with the pool. The last of the flowers got planted this spring. The grass is still a little thin around the patio but it looks 100% better than the photo in the slide show now. If you could replace the old picture with this new one I would appreciate it Thank you!!
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    Done - looks fantastic, btw!
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    That looks fabulous!!!

    btw, is that your yard or your golf course?
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    My guess is you either own a big zero-turn or you're very, very good with a Woods finish mower. Nice stripes!
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    I mow with a 72" toro reelmaster that I bought from a golf course. It coast about $200 to have the reels sharpened but it's worth it when the yard turns out like that. Thanks everyone.
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    LOVE that fire pit near the pool!

    Very nice place.


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    I like the firepit too. It looks like a real wood burning pit? Do you have any problems with ash/debris getting in the pool? I'm thinking about putting one in at my place too and it'll be about 9' from my pool. Just wondered about ash...
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    No problems with it at all. What little ash gets in the pool the skimmer takes care of it in no time. I'm glad I put it in. The kids love jumping out of the pool and sit by the fire to roast a hot dog or two and jump back in pool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjparrish
    That looks fabulous!!!

    btw, is that your yard or your golf course?


    "I mow with a 72" toro reelmaster that I bought from a golf course."


    So basically it's both..... your yard AND your golf course right????

    How lucky are you????!!!???HEHE

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    I am not sure what is sexier.. the mower or pool! HEHE.
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