Create a backyard play area around a basic kiddie pool. You'll have a place where the kids can have fun and the adults can relax.
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Nail together four 6’ 2x6s into a square. Use a framing square to make sure all the corners are 90 degrees. Use the pool as a guide for placing the interior joists; make those out of 2x6s as well. You want it to be tight enough for the lip of the pool to rest on, but not so tight that you won’t be able to easily remove it. Nail in two joists lengthwise, and two smaller perpendicular joists to frame in the pool.
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