Swimming Pool

Corrected entry: When Sarah removes the cover from the swimming pool there are lots of leaves and other dirt in the water as if it hadn't been used or at least cleaned for quite a while. However, the water itself is absolutely crystal clear and without a trace of muck. This can be seen even better when Sarah watches Julie swimming the next day.

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Correction: This happens to my pool every year. The water is crystal clear but the pool is filled with a floating layer of leaves...nothing strange about it if you keep your chlorine level correct.

Jason Hoffman

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