For 2012 and beyond:
o a stainless steel fish cleaning station with task lighting over a sink that has a commercial disposal (no fish smell here) with spary arm and gutting table.
o a dog bathing station with walk-up ramp. You choose the water temperature that comes out of the flexible spray nozzel.
o a car washing station.
o a covered deck on wheels, large enough for several lounge chairs, to keep you out of the sand and sun while enjoying the Gulf just a few feet away.
o charcoal grills, just like the State Parks have, so that you can grill right next to the water.
o driveway made level and retaining wall installed to the East with lightposts to help navigation at night.
The poolhouse and grilling area are now complete. Enjoy these pics.
|Two large stainless grills with task lighting for night grilling.|
|The grilling station has a small fridge for keeping you drinks cold, a four-burner cooktop and a sink.|
|Grilling area connects to the pool. The pool house roof holds the solar panels that help heat the Jacuzzi in the summer and the pool in the Spring and Fall.|
|The 18' x 36' pool.|
|The Jacuzzi is now automated. You can turn it on with just the press of a button. No need to call Scott to get that done.|
|The pool house has a screened in portion complete with fans to keep you cool and insect free while watching the kids play in the pool.|
|This bathroom is attached to the screened porce. There's plenty of room to change clothes after swimming.|
|The Sauna can be used with either dry or wet heat. It is huge and wonderful after a long day at the beach.|
|Dusk. I love this time of evening. Lights are just coming on.|
|Almost dark, but very moody. What a relaxing time to cook out and watch the dolphins spit water into the pool.|
|Really dark. The low-voltage task lighting over the grills makes grilling that late-night dinner possible. The pool lights gently change colors and set the mood.|