Pool Game #2

Ping Pong Just as it is fun to collect things that sink to the bottom, you can do the same with things that float. Ping pong balls make a great floating thing to catch since they’re light and hard to see. You can put numbers on them for point values, initials on them where players […]

Pool Game #1

Invisi-bottle Take an empty clear 2 liter plastic bottle. One with a white cap, or the same color as your pool tiles is also a good idea. Fill the bottle with pool water and line the players up on the pool deck, backs to the water. When they hear the splash they can turn around and try […]

Pool Safety: Unsupervised Access to Water

Prevent Unsupervised Access to the Water Install and use barriers around your home pool or hot tub. Safety covers and pool alarms should be added as additional layers of protection. Ensure that pool barriers enclose the entire pool area, are at least 4-feet high with gates that are self-closing, self-latching and open outward, and away from […]

Dodgeball for cancer!!!!!!

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Green Egg Grilling Idea #2

Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus Great Addition to any meal. Very simple tp prep and cook. Set your egg temp to 350 degrees. We start with fresh sliced prosciutto from our local Italian market, but pre-packaged from your local food store works just fine. Grap some fresh stalks of asparagus and your ready to prep. First rinse […]

Pool Safety Tip #2

Simple Steps Save Lives Learn how simple safety steps save lives in and around pools and spas. Parents and families can build on their current safety systems at pools and spas by adopting additional water safety steps. Adding as many proven water safety steps as possible is the best way to assure a safe and […]


Evaporation Season is Here!

Get the hoses unraveled or the auto fills tunes up! We’ve talked about it before but its good to go over it again because this is the start of evaporation season. When the overnight air temperature drops below the water temperature there is a transfer of heat. Then take into consideration the dry air with […]


How many gallons in my pool?

1. Take a water sample from the pool. 2. Add sodium bicarb (baking soda) to the pool. Add enough bicarb to make a measurable change (this will be about 2-4 pounds per 10,000 gallons). Make sure you weigh or measure the chemical and try to add exactly 2, 3 or 4 pounds. Write down how […]


Green Egg Grilling Idea #1

Three Way Chicken This ones easy and feeds a small army! 2 – Whole Chickens 1lb – Bacon 1 – 16oz Jar Apple Juice 12oz – White Cooking Wine Olive Oil 5 lbs – Red Potatoes 1 – Large Vadalia Onion Baby Portabellos 3 – Twigs Fresh Rosemary Salt & Pepper Take 2 whole chickens, […]



What is evaporation? As we know from boiling water and seeing it turn into steam, a simple definition of evaporation is: the process whereby liquid water becomes a gas and dissipates as the water temperature is increased. Eventually, a saucepan of water will ‘boil dry’ as all the liquid becomes a gas and disappears into […]