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Old 10-22-2019, 03:42 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by Biggd View Post
My daughter chemically treats her pool every day for that reason. No one is chemically treating the water at the sand bar.
I won't go swimming in public pools. It's just too nasty.
But if others don't mind it then have at it!
The lake is "treated" by virtue of massive dilution effect, and thousands of gallons of new water entering almost daily.

Anyone who is worried about urine at a sandbar, but not about fish and duck excrement in the water, is using some very strange logic.

Hanging out at the sandbar is fun, and I am not so foolish as to think the rest of the world is "sterile" relative to a sandbar. There is probably more "urine" on the door handles of most public places than there is at the average sandbar at peak discharge
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