Friday, May 10, 2013

Tin Tub Pool


How to have a pool when you can't have a pool. This is wonderful. I'd love to have one in my back yard on a hot summer spring day. Anytime the thermometer get past 80° it's already too hot for me. The mercury is getting very close at 77° right now. via 

7 comments:

tammy j said...

in theory that looks wonderful!
and such an inexpensive answer to coolness.
but in reality here... it would soon turn into a 'stewing pot' with all that metal out in the blazing sun ~ no shade ~ and temps as high as 103 to 106! aggghhhh.
burns on the back of the neck on that metal edge.
but i do like it i must say.
and i'm like you. the heat really gets to me now.

Deb said...

New follower here from Ontario. Your blog does keep one interested and I am off to look at more. Great photos. Deb

Sue said...

Now that looks like fun.
I have a small stock tank and my grandson spent HOURS playing in it last year. I was so jealous that I couldn't "fit" into it and join him!

We're struggling to hit the mid 40's today. I'd love to have some of that warmth. They're even calling for snow tomorrow night. I'll be a lady and won't say what I think of that-LOL!

Anonymous said...

WOW! What a grandiose idea! I think we all need one! Enjoying the pictures of your place and all the work you do to keep it beautiful! Have a wonderful weekend. Cathy in Idaho

penelopebianchi said...

OMILORD!!!

I adore that pool!! Or whateveryoucallit!!~

LOVE! It looks like it might be in Palm Springs!

I love all of your posts!

Penelope

Karen in CT said...

I'm with you. One degree over 80 is too hot and the air conditioning becomes lovely. Yesterday was on the edge. I think this is a water hole for cattle, as memory serves me. I grew up in the great midwest.

Weekend cheers ..

Karen in CT

jean said...

What a great idea! I love this. My dog Shadow, who loves the water, would LOVE this pool.