I went to HGTV's GARDENING site. There was a dumpster being used as the outside frame of a lap pool with pool lining, a nice wooden structure around it for privacy and steps.
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Cool idea. Throw in a strong pump to create a current and you could use it as a stationary lap pool.
I don't care to have a pool. The neighborhood has one that I can use and not have to work to maintain.
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I don't want one either...also for the work involved! But I love the idea and how they recycled something to achieve it!
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