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Getting ready for the summer!

This last weekend my husband and I had worked our tails off on getting the pool ready for the summer. We have a 24 ft round 4 ft high above ground pool that got a hole in it last year. So after ordering a new liner, we had to take out the old one and do some fixin to the sand that the liner sits on. When we initionally set up the pool, James used a "packer" to pack down the sand solid. This time we kinda forgot to pack the sand down. He used a rake to smooth out the sand so now after the liner is in and adding 13000 gallons of water. The bottom looks textured. James excuse is now it has a non-slick bottom >.<


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