It is getting cold here in Idaho and I have continued swimming in my outdoor swimming pool. Today, the high was 41°F, for about 3 seconds, I’m sure. However, if you’ve been reading along, you know that I have a semi-portable cover over my outdoor swimming pool this year. The main idea of the cover was […]
The deal is that the heater has a pressure gauge that is sensitive to water pressure. It won’t allow the gas flame to ignite unless there is enough water in the heater pipes. Probably keeps something from melting or blowing up. Like me.
it seems pretty easy when you consider that I do now have an indoor-outdoor swimming pool.
I knew for sure I wanted my pool outdoors for the summer. Then, when it was finally ready for use the first time, it was the end of October. I decided to try swimming in it on a day by day basis. With a water temperature of 80°F and my full body swim suit, this […]
One of the hardest things about swimming for many people is breathing. There can be a sense of panic just because you are constantly wondering when and if you will be getting your next breath. Can you turn your head far enough? Will you accidentally gasp for breath while under water? Will you reach the […]