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Moo Tank

With the warmer weather and change in the seasons we’ve been working really hard at improving the look of our yard so that we can spend more time outside and enjoy it. Ever since I saw this post on The Brick House I’ve been toying with the idea of using a livestock tank as a swimming pool. After browsing a post on The Cabin House,Β I quickly fell in love with the durability and aesthetic of it. We still have a lot of work to do but with temperatures breaking 90 this week it has proven itself to be a nice place to dip our toes.

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