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Hurricane Irene, Orlando, and Your ...

Well, here we go again….another hurricane warning, and another mad rush to buy water and batteries. As a native Floridian, I’m all too familiar with the image you see above. ...

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Lake Nona is Just Fine: ...

If you’re unfamiliar with the name Beth Kassab, she’s the Orlando Sentinel columnist who writes The Bottom Line. She’s in charge of giving you “a glimpse of everything from the ...

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Water Slide takes rider through ...

Orlando has its share of water parks and amazing water slides, but nothing like this offering out of Germany. Check out this video of a slide with a complete vertical ...

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Poor Water Flow in Swimming ...

We often get calls from people saying it doesn’t look like the water in their pool is “alive” anymore. They tell me about how they used to be able to ...

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Ozone Water Treatment. Is it ...

Ozone is natural as oxygen, and naturally occurring. Ozone has been around since the beginning of time. Also called tri-atomic oxygen, ozone is a molecule consisting of three atoms of ...

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Lightning Strike Injures 5 at ...

Remember being a kid and getting mad when the mean ol’ grown ups would kick you out of the swimming pool during a thunderstorm? Well, in Orlando, it was an ...

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Amoebas in Swimming Pools? Not ...

With the recent news of a 16-year-old girl dying after she was infected by an amoeba in Brevard County, we have received a ton of calls from all over Orlando ...

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Weekly Wrap Up

Here’s a quick-and-easy run down of the posts from this week….you know, in case you missed them. ‘Foot Stickers’: Water Safety in Hiding – An entirely new type of shoe ...

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Pool Safely – The Online ...

Hey, guess what….it’s still Water Safety month! Today we’re sharing a “game” (we use that term very loosely) based on water safety that your kids can play. The National Drowning ...

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Water Safety With a Twist ...

Yep, it’s still Water Safety month, and we’re still talking water safety here – though today is arguably one of the most hypocritical posts you’ll ever see here. Let me ...

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