My friend has recently purchased a house, he was contemplating having
pool, only to discover that the previous owners had a pool but hav
filled it in with sand, but he is not sure whether the pool is badl
damaged, when we consult 'aquabot' (http://www.aquadist.com ) regardin
it they said that usually they are punctured(it's fibreglass) and lef
to drain then filled, if we want to put a pool in do we need to remov
this one or can it be repaired in some way, is this the only way tha
you can empty them. We don't have any contact address for the previou
owners or we would ask them
For some reason her messages from the above address don't propagate
to my newsserver, so they never appear on my newsreader. (I've checked,
and I haven't inadvertently killfiled her). There was never a problem
when V used her earlier addresses.Now it sounds as if Cheryl hasn't seen
her posts for a while either, which could mean the propagation problem
isn't just transatlantic. I wonder if other regulars in wreckedgardens
have been missing posts from jangchub/V (for months).
On Tue, 18 Sep 2007 18:21:17 -0700, John McWilliams
Thank you, John. Cirrhosis is progressive and recovery is not really
eminent. If we can't keep it from progressing, there are two things,
liver cancer, or liver transplant. I think for someone in my physical
condition I'm pretty mindful. I do have to laugh out loud when
someone tells me to adjust my meds. May they get cirrhosis and walk
in my shoes. WE're all on death row.
You are very kind. Peace to you too.
On Wed, 19 Sep 2007 09:31:23 +0100, Janet Baraclough
Not an atom of space where there isn't something alive! Our racoons
left, thankfully and we have an immature opossum now. The one which
was living back there never came up to the house, except when he died!
He died by our back door. Maybe to say goodbye and thank you.
The ponds have frogs and toads and dragonflies developing. We handled
many rat and corn snakes this year out back and the populations of
anoles, fence lizards and skinks is gigantic.
Check your filters. You may have inadvertently put me in the filter.
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