True this..... even when the pool is being a pain, it's my therapy, I love being outside messing with it. But then I like to keep it "perfect" and kickback and enjoy it.I can't say I ever loathe pool ownership. I admit I wasn't crazy about it when my wife first talked me into it, but even when it's a chore I can find a silver lining.
I grew up in South Texas, and I think I can relate. 100 to 105 was a fairly regular occurrence, and it was hot. But when it hit 110, oh man! Then, my family took a trip out I-10 to California one summer, and we stopped in Arizona one evening for dinner and to find a hotel. I saw a bank sign that said it was 123 degrees and when I got out of the car it felt like someone sucked the life out of me. Not a heat I had felt before. Now I'm in the midwest where despite the thermometer telling you it's in the mid 90's, it "feels like" 110 to 115 due to the massive amounts of humidity.I love pool ownership, it's therapeutic. but this heat this year is overwhelming, another 111 degree day today and tomorrow. Dry heat my *** The difference between 105 and 110 is ridiculous... 115 is insane 40 years and I've never get used to it Pool drinks more chlorine per day then I drink water and I drink a lot of water. I have 10 tiles that poped off this summer cause of the sun on them all day, either that or we had a earth quake
Hope your back gets better
Pretty clear huh !!Hey Mark...put some water in that pool... You may cool off.
You can have that humidity, I was in New York this last June and I was like WHAT !! It was really bad walking around and your clothes are all wet..here at least every things drys in a few seconds at 110 degreesYou should try the 95 degrees and 90%+ humidity we have been getting around here lately, makes a dry 105 sound pleasant..