We are going to put a pool slide on the deck of our new pool. It is like the ones you see on the inground pools. My question is, how do I plumb for the slide. It has an adapter at the bottom of the stops, that looks like you just screw a waterhose into it, but that would be putting water in the pool everytime I turned it on which I dont want to do. Additionally, there is no water hose hookup in that part of my yard, so the water hose would have to be run 50-60 feet, then come up 4 feet to the deck, and then up an additional 8' to the top of the slide. I dont think the pressure will be such that it can get that far up. One alternative I considered was picking up a pump from harbor freight, with a tap line directly into the pool and directly to the top of the slide, by passing using the hose connector. But I would much rather just have the water for the slide tapped off the existing pool plumbing so it is just recycling the water from the pool. Can anyone provide feedback on this dilemna? Thanks.