What if you could indulge a passion, help others, AND break a world record? A man in Aurora, Illinois is setting out to do all three by building the world's deepest warm water swimming pool The pool would allow for therapeutic scuba diving sessions and break the current record of 137 feet deep, held by a pool in Italy.
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If you have a little time and a lot of hula hoops, you might consider this DIY method of solar heating your pool. A project, a conversation piece, and warmer water...what more could you ask for? (Note: this method is only recommended for those with kids willing to dive in and retrieve all of these things when it's time to swim!)
It was a bad week for livestock and a busy one for firemen as brave heroes from Oklahoma to Washington pulled floundering cows and horses from freezing cold swimming pools. The four legged critters would like to remind all responsible pool owners that you can't go wrong with a good pool fence!
It's chilly out there in Central Florida, so today we bring you the heartwarming story of a baby elephant swimming his way back to health after being injured in a poacher's trap. Take a look and feel the warmth seep from your heart all the way to your toes before you head back out in the cold!
The count down is on and Christmas is almost here! Five days left to pick up those last-minute items that will put a smile on every face around the tree. To help you out, we've rounded up a few suggestions for stuffing the stockings of your very favorite swimmers!
Give them aerodynamic style...
Treat their senses...
Dry 'em off every once in awhile...
Have a little fun...
This house takes the concept of an indoor swimming pool to a whole new level...literally. A glass encased pool makes up the full second floor of the home creating a surprisingly tranquil atmosphere as the light flickers through the water making the library ceiling it's own work of art. Though we'd suggest the owners keep Aaron's Leak Detection on speed dial. Just in case!
An LA art show was recently submerged in a swimming pool and visitors viewed the gallery by swimming across it wearing goggles. Because, why not? The show featured 18 unique pieces, but our favorite was the pile of dishes because we're definitely going to try this with the dinner plates tonight! Nothing better than art with practical application!
Acrophobia is the fear of heights and aquaphobia is the fear of water or swimming. After swimming in the pool at Hotel Hubertus in South Tyrol, Italy, you may need a new term for the fear of swimming at great height! This pool towers 40' above the ground, supported by what appear to be enormous logs, and featuring a convenient window at the bottom so that you can fully realize this new, yet-unnamed phobia.
The temperatures have finally gotten low enough that swimming might not be at the top of your to do list this weekend! Fill in your extra time by attending one of these local events...
This weekend marks the start of the annual Festival of Wreaths, hosted by the Polk County History Center. Mr. and Mrs. Clause will be in attendance on opening night and available for photos with the kids. Also starting this weekend is public ice skating at The Lakeland Center.
Our newsletter this month featured a variety of seasonal events in Central Florida, but there was no way to fit them all, so check in with the blog every Monday this month to find a few new ideas for your upcoming weekend!
We dare you to look at this picture and not immediately NEED a half dozen Pumpkin Oreo Cheesecakes in front of you right now. It's not even possible! Pumpkiny goodness combined with the amazing make-everything-better quality of Oreos? You're will power doesn't stand a chance!
If the (very) slightly cooler temperatures this week have you in a Fall sort of mood, you may be ready for a bowl of this amazing soup - the perfect blend of fall flavors. Make it fast before the heat comes back!
This month's newsletter focuses on all thing pumpkin, so we're going to continue the theme in our October blogs. Tune in every Monday for a new recipe to whet your appetite!
To kick us off, we have Chef John's Pumpkin Pancakes. Save the recipe for a holiday brunch or whip up a batch right this very moment, but these look too good to wait!
As we wrap up our series on the benefits of swimming your way to a better education, please enjoy this delightful video of a pup getting it's own lessons in the pool.
Reading? Check. Writing? Check? Arithmetic? Check. Swimming? What?
There's no mistake! The third graders at Kimball Elementary School in San Diego, California can check swimming off on their report card, because it is an official part of their yearly curriculum. Each student will spend an hour in the pool for four weeks in a row, building their swimming skills. An old program, once retired for budgetary reasons, has been brought back in a renewed effort to teach real-world skills in the classroom and to encourage physical activity and overall health.
It's not just the fish that are schooling these days! In Richmond, Virginia a group of high school students and their teachers skip the walk and swim the mile to school. The once a year event is part of an overall outdoors program that gets students out of the classroom and learning in the real world.