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Old 03-03-2017, 11:55 AM
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Yes!

5 minutes from my house

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Old 03-03-2017, 12:23 PM
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That sounds pretty cool, I just sent this to my brother who's in Issaquah too. You PNW guys have all the fun. Until the earthquake that is...
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Old 03-03-2017, 12:37 PM
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That sounds pretty cool, I just sent this to my brother who's in Issaquah too. You PNW guys have all the fun. Until the earthquake that is...
LOL! No doubt. Not if, when, right?! Downtown Seattle would be an absolute mess. Scary to think about actually.
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Might have to check that out. Seems like a weird place to build it since I thought that was all houses and duplexes in that location.

I try not to think about the big one but I know it is coming at some point.

Bruce - are you in the Highlands?
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Old 03-03-2017, 02:10 PM
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Might have to check that out. Seems like a weird place to build it since I thought that was all houses and duplexes in that location.

I try not to think about the big one but I know it is coming at some point.

Bruce - are you in the Highlands?
Yeah, it is kind of a weird spot, but my guess is they're going for the density and all the kids in the area. Hoping they do it right and it's not a 84* toilet. LOL

Yeah, we're up in Dahlia Park, going on 10 years now. Moved here for the kids/schools. Been very happy here, but having neighbors so close took some getting used to. It's a great neighborhood though.
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Yeah, it is kind of a weird spot, but my guess is they're going for the density and all the kids in the area. Hoping they do it right and it's not a 84* toilet. LOL

Yeah, we're up in Dahlia Park, going on 10 years now. Moved here for the kids/schools. Been very happy here, but having neighbors so close took some getting used to. It's a great neighborhood though.
Yeah that makes sense with all the kids but I would hope it doesn't turn into just another public pool.

We used to be in Klahanie and couldn't stand the density. Moved further east and love it and the schools are great with a brand new state of the art high school in a couple of years.
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If you notice the description it says "Standing Wave". So no large wave or wavepool needed. Standing Wave means basically that a flow of water passing over a stationary contour to create the wave. Similar to a Flo-Rider I would imagine but with deeper water.

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Check this out in Austin Texas. Seen the waves have not had sesh.

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Nice, about 20 mins from me.

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