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July 18, 2006


Sean Pecor

When we book a hotel or an inn for a riding competition we always make sure the place has a proper pool. We've stayed at various Hampton Inns, Ramada Inns, Holiday Inn Expresses in Virginia this year and most recently the guest house at Maple Hall in Lexington, VA. All had nice big pools and when our girls and we were relaxing/playing in the pool other families were present also. One thing I've noticed is that families on average are smaller nowadays. I imagine in the fifties, each family at the pool might have had four or five kids a piece. Three families might have meant twelve kids in the pool at once. Nowadays, three families might mean only four kids in the pool at once.


Sean Pecor

BTW, a landscape architect is coming to our place Thursday morning to begin working with us on the landscape and design of our future pool. Yahoo!


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