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Paradise Water Park
My husband designed and created this amazing pool. The lot had many granite outcroppings that were beautiful to incorporate into the pool and waterslide but also were a lot of work to deal with!:) He created faux rocks to blend for the waterfalls, waterslide, spa, stream bed. All the faltwork was done by him; stamped with sea shells, boardwalk for the bridge, granite texture. All concrete decking was stained. He also did the amazing pond behind the tall granite outcropping and had the cascade waterfall come off of the backside as well for the pond. He created a cave for the fish to hide and we have had no problem with wild animals snatching up our beautiful koi.:) He just recently finished a cave bathroom for the pool. Our kids love their waterpark! FYI-this is my husband's second pool he has created; I keep buggin him to create more oasis for other people to enjoy since he is so talented.
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