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    O/T for Haylen: CoolTub version 2.0
    bobby75703 posted:
    Haylen, you asked to see changes to Texas CoolTub. Here it is!

    MASTER BLASTER water outlet with no attachments.
    bobby75703 responded:
    SHOWER POWER spray attachment on low speed.

    bobby75703 replied to bobby75703's response:
    SHOWER POWER at 50% power.

    bobby75703 replied to bobby75703's response:
    FLAT spray attachment.

    Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to bobby75703's response:
    That is just amazing! Is that your daughter?

    Looks like you are ready for summer - we are waiting for a local park pool to be completed. It was completely ripped up and a brand new pool and locker room area is being built.

    We went swimming in a friends pool yesterday afternoon - it was great around 3 but not at 6 when the kids wanted to go back in. I convinced them to have a popsicle instead.

    bobby75703 replied to Haylen_WebMD_Staff's response:
    Thanks Haylen. Yes, that is my daughter. She is 14.
    Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to bobby75703's response:
    She is beautiful - a teenager! That strikes fear into my heart.

    She and her friends must dig the "cool tub"!

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