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Old 02-17-2013, 10:49 AM   #1
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inground pool filled in


No longer have a need to look at new houses (but one of my kids is looking). Back then I came across several older homes 30-40 yrs old, that had filled in a pool with dirt.

At one I could see the blue tile edge of the pool sticking up a couple of inches in the grass.

I think this is probably not a good thing. One thing is how would things grow if you planted a tree or something on top?


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