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WELCOME DREAMMAKER CABANA SUITE SPAS!

**WELCOME TO OUR NEW DREAMMAKER TUBS – THE CABANA SUITE SPA COLLECTION!** 

The Cabana Suite Spa Collection where EVERYTHING is already included!

The Cabana 2500 is a Plug & Play tub with 25 jets and is 120V Convertible.

The Cabana 3500 is a 2-pump system with 35 jets and Ozone.

They thought of everything with these tubs – not only do they have the usual upgrades included (steps, handrail, cover lifter, umbrella, etc.), they’ve even included a table and a cooler! These are TOO COOL to miss – check them out!  https://goo.gl/DPWUrG .  We have one set up on the shop floor if you’d like to come in and see it in person, get in and try it out for comfort and ease of use. 

Between the Cabana Suite Spa collection and the other manufacturers we carry, we have over 40 hot tubs, pools, billiard and Foosball tables and a swim spa on the floor to choose from.  We do have what you are looking for, or will get it for you at the best price with the best customer service in the business!

Here are the features that are included in every Cabana Suite Spa:

  • Extra wide Integrated Suite Storage Steps with planters plus a metal handrail;
  • Integrated Umbrella and Stand Included.  Made with all-weather protection Sunbrella material.  Also includes an integrated cover lifter;
  • Folding entertainment table and deep pocket cooler sit conveniently between the lounge and bucket seat ready for games or refreshments;
  • Fountain feature with controllable flow and 9 programmable LED color options;
  • Weather Shield Super Seal Cover material for greater all-weather protection;
  • LED Footwell Light for an underwater glow;
  • 25 (2500 model) Stainless Steel Two-Tone Adjustable Jets;
  • 35 (3500 model) Stainless Steel Two-Tone Adjustable Jets;
  • 8 Exterior LED corner lights;
  • Patented 100% Easy Kleen/Convex2 Filtration System;
  • True form, soft pillow design for extra comfort;
  • 80″X80″X34″


The Unique Team – WE MAKE IT FUN TO STAY HOME!
Shari Provan-Crofut

#TipTuesday – YOUR HOT TUB CONCERNS

YOUR HOT TUB CONCERNS: SEPARATING MYTHS FROM FACTS

Here, we will address your hot tub concerns. People have always loved soaking in hot water. Untold generations have sought out natural hot springs to soothe their muscles. From the thermal baths of the Roman Empire to the exclusive health spas of 19th century Europe, hot baths were often the province of the wealthy, a luxury to be coveted and indulged. Hot tubs have been around in their modern form for about a century and are now widely used and loved by people from all walks of life. In that time, we’ve learned a great deal about hot tubs, but we’ve also picked up a handful of lingering misconceptions. Here, we’ll look at the myths swirling around about hot tubs regarding health and maintenance, and separate the facts from the fallacies:

COMMON HOT TUB HEALTH MYTHS AND FACTS

Modern-day hot tubs are built to high standards of health and safety. They’re designed to protect their owners with safety features like slip-proof steps, precise temperature controls, and advanced water care systems to keep the water clean and safe. Wet surfaces are slippery, so use caution while moving in or around your hot tub. Particularly if you have reduced mobility, always use a staircase, and consider installing a handrail to help you safely enter and exit your hot tub.

Hot tub owners have other concerns about potential health risks, many of which can be prevented with a little cleanliness and care.

CONCERN: YOUR HOT TUB CAN BURN OR SCALD YOU

This is certainly a risk for hot tubbers looking to take a dip in a natural outdoors hot spring. Unless the hot spring is known to you or has its temperature measured and posted, you should approach your soak with caution. Some natural hot springs are pleasantly warm, while others may be dangerously hot.

Unlike a natural hot spring, however, your home hot tub comes with a thermometer, which will tell you the temperature of your water at a glance. While individual preference will vary, an ideal temperature for healthy adults is usually around 101 or 102 degrees. The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends a maximum water temperature of 104 degrees; in fact, most modern-day hot tubs are specifically designed to never exceed this level of heat.

CONCERN: YOU CAN CATCH A DISEASE IN A HOT TUB

As with uncontrolled temperatures, uncontrolled biological processes—viruses, bacteria, or fungus—are a much greater concern in a natural hot spring than they are in the controlled environment of your hot tub. With hot tubs, it’s easy to avoid issues related to bacteria. The difference is care: The chlorine or other chemicals used in your spa’s water care system is designed to kill most harmful microorganisms. Medical conditions sometimes associated with hot tub use include both Legionnaire’s disease and folliculitis, which is sometimes referred to as “hot tub rash.” These conditions may be contracted from exposure to unclean hot tub water. To reduce your risk of exposure to these or any other conditions, be scrupulous about following the recommendations of your hot tub dealer for testing and caring for your hot tub water.

Some microorganisms, such as the parasite Cryptosporidium, are resistant to chlorine. Prevention is the best cure: To reduce the risk of dangerous contaminants entering your hot tub, always keep your hot tub securely covered with its own specially-designed cover when not in use, and make sure everyone who uses your spa showers before entering the water.

CONCERN: YOUR HOT TUB CAN BE DANGEROUS IF YOU’RE PREGNANT

This is a valid concern: The American Pregnancy Association does not recommend hot tub use for pregnant women, as raising the body temperature to above 101 degrees during the first trimester can result in an increased risk of birth defects. Pregnant women should always consult with their doctor before using a hot tub.

MYTH: YOUR HOT TUB MAY TRANSPORT YOU THROUGH TIME TO MEET YOUR YOUNGER SELF

Come on, really? It can’t. That was just a movie.

Owning a hot tub should be a worry-free experience.

COMMON HOT TUB MAINTENANCE MYTHS AND FACTS

Along with possible health worries, potential hot tub purchasers may have concerns about the amount of time, money, and effort that might go into operating and maintaining a spa.

CONCERN: YOUR HOT TUB WILL TAKE EVERY SPARE MOMENT YOU HAVE TO MAINTAIN

Far from it. Hot tubs do require some necessary maintenance: You’ll need to check your water levels a couple of times a week and perform any necessary adjustments. You’ll also have to change your water occasionally—usually every three or four months, though if you’re using the a salt water,  your water will need to be changed as infrequently as once a year. Of course, you’ll have to replace your filters occasionally and attend to any other maintenance or service issues as they arise. If you own a high-quality hot tub, none of this should add up to a significant investment of your time.

CONCERN: YOUR ELECTRIC BILL WILL JUMP IF YOU USE YOUR HOT TUB

Hot tubs are heated by electricity, so yes, your electric bill will increase with use. A bargain-priced hot tub with an inefficient motor and insufficient insulation will require a great deal of power to keep the water at a constant high temperature, causing your monthly electric bill to increase by a lot more than if you had purchased a well-insulated spa.

However, if you invest in a high-quality hot tub with a base pan and effective insulation, the increase in your bill will be a lot less dramatic. The base pan separates the water in your tub from the ground, stopping heat from leaking out from the bottom. High-tech foam-spray insulation forms an excellent thermal seal between the sides of the tub and the ambient air. If you keep your hot tub covered with a high-quality insulated cover whenever you’re not soaking, your hot tub will be protected from heat loss on all sides. You’ll lose very little heat when your hot tub is not in use, which means you’ll use very little electricity to keep your water hot. A well-made premium hot tub with effective insulation can cost as little as $15 dollars a month—that’s about 50 cents per day—to run.

CONCERN: YOUR HOT TUB’S CHLORINE WILL MAKE YOUR EYES BURN

Chlorine is a potent chemical, no question—that’s why it’s used to kill bacteria and other contaminants in hot tubs and pools. Chlorine may cause eye irritation or skin rashes, especially if used at inappropriate levels. For chlorine-sensitive individuals, alternatives exist, such as a water care system that uses gentle salt water. If your hot tub is making your eyes burn, however, it might not be the chlorine—your pH levels may be imbalanced. If your hot tub’s water is too basic or too acidic, the fumes can make your eyes sting. Monitoring your hot tub’s pH level and adjusting it as necessary can prevent any unpleasant sensation.

MYTH: YOU CAN USE SWIMMING POOL CHLORINE TABLETS IN YOUR HOT TUB

While swimming pools and hot tubs often both use chlorine to keep the water clean and fresh, the amounts are different. Using tablets designed for swimming pools will result in incorrect levels of chlorine in your hot tub and can throw off your hot tub’s pH levels. Only use products specifically designed for hot tub use in your hot tub.

CONCERN: YOUR HOT TUB WILL REEK OF CHLORINE

If you use chlorine to keep your hot tub water clean, you may be able to detect a faint chemical scent in the surrounding air. If the chlorine smell is very strong and pungent, however, there’s probably a different cause: When chlorine bonds with nitrogen or ammonia, it forms a compound called chloramine. Chloramine has a noxious odor and can cause your eyes to tear; it’s not a welcome guest in your hot tub. The nitrogen or ammonia can be introduced into your hot tub through various ways. Urine is a likely culprit, so make sure everyone who uses your hot tub is able to follow your rules for basic conduct and hygiene.

While hot tub ownership poses some specific concerns, a little knowledge will help you navigate any potential trouble spots. Here’s what it all boils down to: If you use your hot tub in a conscientious manner and follow the recommendations of your trusted local dealer, your spa will be a safe and reliable source of great joy for you and your family for years. If you have any other questions, take a look through the information on our website or download our brochure.

 

The Unique Team – WE MAKE IT FUN TO STAY HOME!

-Shari Provan-Crofut

Heart Healthy?

For years, we’ve always thought that hot tubs, etc., were bad for heart patients…only to discover, like everything else, if used as directed and with caution, it can actually improve your heart health!

Improve Your Cardiovascular Health Naturally

A study at the Mayo Clinic found that since bathing in your hot tub simulates exercise, soaking in one gives you the same health benefits of exercise – with less stress to the heart! A hot tub increases the heart rate while lowering blood pressure, instead of raising it as other forms of exercise do.

A recent medical article titled “Mayo Clinic OK’s Spas for Heart Patients” indicates that hot tubs and spas may not present as much of a risk to heart patients as previously thought. The report stated that relaxing in a spa might actually be less stressful to your heart than working out on an exercise bicycle.

The research, led by Dr. Thomas G. Allison of the world-renowned medical center, examined the body temperature and cardiovascular stress experienced by 15 patients at risk for heart disease both in hot water and on bicycles. The studies showed that exercise caused blood pressure to rise from an average of 121/73 to 170/84. By contrast, sitting in a spa made the blood pressure drop from an average of 117/77 to 106/61. The article also states that hot tub use will raise heart rates 25.7 beats per minute.

“When you get in a hot tub, your heart naturally beats faster,” Dr. Allison explained, “and many heart disease patients want to know if the stress placed on the heart is too great.”

Important Note: We strongly urge anyone who is at risk for heart disease to consult with his or her physician before entering a spa.

 

Thank you to Hot Spring Spas for the article!

Visit our showroom at 2326 E. Edgewood Dr. to choose your new hot tub!   Check out the line up of Hot Springs Spas on our website here: https://lakelandhottubpoolandpatio.us/hot-tubs-spas-lakeland/ and call us if you have any questions, 863-940-9826.

-The Unique Team – WE MAKE IT FUN TO STAY HOME!

-Shari Provan-Crofut

RESOLUTIONS FOR EVERY HOT TUB OR POOL OWNER

RESOLUTIONS FOR EVERY HOT TUB OR POOL OWNER FOR 2018  

We know what you’re thinking… New Year’s resolutions are overrated. Why commit to 12-month goals when time has shown you that you’ll throw them out the window 30 days into the New Year anyway. Regardless of how you feel about New Year’s resolutions, there’s something to be said for the fresh start, and for whatever reason, most of us decide that January 1st is a good day to launch that start. As a pool or spa owner, you may need to make a fresh start in your approach to care, design or usage. We have some great ideas to explore and tips to try for 2018. Check it out and decide if your pool, your hot tub, or YOU could benefit from a resolution or two in the New Year.

CREATE A MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

If you want your hot tub or swimming pool to last, it’s important to take care of it. Depending on where your hot tub is located — inside a screened-in porch or outside under a canvas of tree branches — necessary maintenance tasks will vary.

However, the basics like periodically draining your hot tub, keeping the water balanced, and cleaning the spa or tub never change. If routine maintenance is something that’s difficult for you, let us first assure you that you’re not the only one. Perhaps you have a chaotic schedule, lack the know-how to maintain your pool, or simply forget to do it. Regardless of why maintenance routines slipped through the cracks in 2017, we have two ideas that might help you achieve your maintenance goals in 2018.

CALENDAR

Create a spa/pool maintenance calendar and keep it current. By assigning maintenance tasks to specific days, you’ll be more likely to accomplish them. It’s also helpful to have an at-a-glance view of what your maintenance schedule looks like for the month. You could even set monthly goals for your pool or spa. This can be really fun if you’re thinking outside the box. For example, in January, you want to choose three potential water features for your pool. Then, in February, you want to obtain a quote on your chosen water feature.

CHORE CHART

If maintenance tasks are not proactively assigned and distributed among the family, then all tasks will fall on the shoulders of one person — and chances are, that person will be you. Instead of stressing yourself out with pool maintenance you don’t have time to do, share the load. Create a chore chart that assigns each task to different people in your family. Make sure tasks are age appropriate and safe, though! Children should always be supervised when they’re near a swimming pool or spa, and chemical treatments and equipment checks should be left to an adult.

SHARE THE WATER

You may love the idea of throwing a hot tub party, or you may already be planning your pool parties for the summer. If you enjoy hosting, then do more of it in 2018! If you’re not a big party planner, that’s okay, too. You can have just as much fun with one or two friends who join you for a relaxing swim or soak. Either way, plan to share the joy of your hot tub or pool with others this coming year.

GIVE YOURSELF AT LEAST ONE UPGRADE

What’s the point of having a pool or spa if you’re not going to dress it up a bit? Like cars, pools and hot tubs have potential for all kinds of bells and whistles that increase their value as well as your enjoyment in using them. An upgrade doesn’t necessarily have to be a major expense. It may be something as minor as hanging patio lights, or it could be something major like designing and installing a new deck. There are endless options; the point is choosing one and doing it!

PURSUE ENERGY EFFICIENCY

A higher energy bill comes with the territory of having a hot tub or pool. (If you didn’t think about that before your installation, you’re no doubt thinking about it now). However, there are ways to improve energy efficiency. This coming year, take time to research energy-saving options and commit to making some improvements. While energy efficient upgrades require an upfront investment, the long term benefits will eventually save you a considerable amount of money.

TAKE TIME OUT FOR YOU

You knew this one was coming. We cannot not emphasize enough the importance of giving yourself a time and place to relax. While pools and hot tubs can be fun, social settings, they’re also ideal places to check out and unwind — something our bodies and brains seriously need! If you don’t find yourself kicking back in your pool or spa every now and then — thinking about nothing and doing nothing — then 2018 is the year to change that. Ultimately, it’s up to you if you want to commit to New Year’s resolutions for 2018.

However, if you need help accomplishing your pool and hot tub goals, let us know! The professionals at Lakeland Unique Pools, Spas & More can handle everything from hot tub & swim spa installations to equipment repairs and water analysis.

Thank you to Hot Springs Pools & Spas for the article.  Posted by Jim Riggs on Dec 15, 2017 8:00:00 AM

-Shari Provan-Crofut

Jacuzzi’s Party for the Big Game Day

HOW TO THROW A HOT TUB PARTY FOR THE BIG GAME

The Big Game is coming up, and that means parties are in the works. There’s no better way to celebrate football’s biggest day than with an afternoon split between cheering on touchdowns and relaxing in the comfort of your hot tub. Here, we’ve collected some ideas on how to incorporate your hot tub into the party:

PLAY GAMES
A football-themed game embraces the mood of the day and gives your guests a way to pass the time during commercials. Here are a few of our favorite games to get the party started:

  • Hot Potato: Arrange your guests in a rough circle in your Jacuzzi® Hot Tub. Toss a mini football in a clockwise direction while music plays. When the music stops, the person holding the hot potato at the time is eliminated and must leave the hot tub. The last person in the hot tub wins.
  • Fiki Football: Set up the Fiki Football goalpost on one end of the hot tub. Guests use their fingers to flick the triangle-shaped football across the hot tub and attempt to “score” over the goalposts. Allow each guest three passes; whoever wins gets a prize, such as a plush football or a drink.
  • Pass the Cup: Everyone gets an assortment of casino chips. The person holding the cup picks a play associated with the football game–for example, a touchdown or an offside call. The cup is passed around, and everyone adds a chip. When a touchdown or offside call occurs in the live game, the person holding the cup at the time is victorious. Once the party has moved indoors or is winding down, the winners receive money (for example, quarters) in equal amount to the number of casino chips in the cup when they were holding it.

Looking for more fun to keep the party going? Here are three other games you can play in your hot tub.

BRING IT OUTSIDE
Sometimes watching is the only entertainment you need. Enjoy the game and its commercials from the comfort of your hot tub. Even if you don’t have a television mounted outside, you can still bring one outdoors for this special occasion, or open the windows and doors of your house so you can hear the broadcast. Depending on your cable provider, you may also be able to stream the broadcast on a portable device like a tablet or smartphone propped up outside.

BE A GOOD HOST
Provide finger foods in individual servings so everyone is kept happy and fed without worrying about getting in and out of the hot tub and missing parts of the game. We suggest veggie sticks or chips in cups of dip, or fruit bowls in plastic containers. Before the party, craft some beverages and pour them into mason jars with lids so your guests can stay hydrated. Finally, stock up on guest towels in the colors of the teams playing in the Big Game. Keep them in a towel warmer to ensure your guests will be able to step from your hot tub into a warm, comfortable towel in no time.

The Big Game is an excellent time of year to host a party. Make the most of your Jacuzzi® Hot Tub and the natural excitement this event brings, and may your favorite team win.

Come in to Lakeland Unique Pools, Spas & More to see these phenomenal machines in person and in action.  We are your local Jacuzzi dealer located at 2326 E. Edgewood Dr. and are ready to get you set up for the Big Game by getting you into your own hot tub!  Check out the Jacuzzi line up on our page, here: https://lakelandhottubpoolandpatio.us/product-category/hot-tubs/jacuzzi/  or give us a call with any questions. 863-940-9826.

-Shari Provan-Crofut

BUYING A HOT TUB DO’s & DON’T’s

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BUYING A HOT TUB DO’s & DON’T’s

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Buying a hot tub on line or in one of the big box stores is the biggest DON’T!

Their prices are very attractive and the tubs are beautiful. BUT, when they deliver it to you, they are going to drop it at the end of your driveway. You will have to move it. It may not be a complete package, so you will likely have to buy at the least a cover and chemicals.

DON’T make a purchase without researching and finding exactly what you want. Here is a link to our website to help you in the research phase: https://lakelandhottubpoolandpatio.us/.  We’re happy to help you with any information or answers you need.

DO buy local – our prices are very attractive and we will not be beat! Neither will our customer service. We deliver and place it where you want it, fill it, add chemicals we provide, show you how to operate it and include the cover. We are here & we aren’t going anywhere. We have over 50 years combined experience in the hot tub and spa industry. We do all our own service. You will receive 10% off your future purchases.  You can call us with any questions 863-940-9826 or stop by the shop to see the 40+ models we have on the floor – anyone here will be happy to help.

If you’ve bought on line or in a box store and are having trouble moving it, please give us a call. 863-940-9826. We will be happy to come out and situate it for you and answer any questions you may have.
THE UNIQUE TEAM – WE MAKE IT FUN TO STAY HOME!

-Shari Provan-Crofut

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#FunFriday

#FunFriday
Hellooo Friday! 
The weekend is almost here and do we have some great deals for you! Hot Springs and Dreammaker are both running promotions for Veterans Day now through the 15th! Don’t miss out on these deals – Hot Tubs starting at $1999. Let the Team at Lakeland Unique Pools, Spas & More help you get into a hot tub of your own this weekend!

 

 

 

Have a great weekend!

The Unique Team – We Make It Fun To Stay Home!

-Shari Provan-Crofut

DREAM MAKER SPA VETERANS DAY SALE

 

Get ready! The Dream Maker Spas Veterans Day Promotion begins TODAY! TODAY through November 15th pick two free gifts with a new spa purchase at your Dream Maker Spas certified dealer at Lakeland Unique Pools, Spas & More, 2326 E. Edgewood Dr.  Any questions, give us a call at 863-940-9826.  Anyone here will be happy to help! 

 

Pick your two free gifts with a new spa purchase from any of the packages below: 

Package 1: PLANTER STORAGE STEP (plus one item listed below)
• Handrail
• Cover lift
• Ozone

Package 2: LED AMBIANCE LIGHTING (plus one item listed below)
• Handrail
• Cover Lift
• Ozone

Package 3: HANDI STEP (plus one item listed below)
• LED Ambiance Lighting
• Cover Lift
• Ozone
• Handrail

Package 4: BLUE TOOTH AUDIO SYSTEM (plus one item listed below)
(Crossover Collection Only)
• Cover lift
• Ozone
• Handrail

 

Check out our Dream Maker Spas collection here:  https://lakelandhottubpoolandpatio.us/product-category/hot-tubs/dream-maker/

 

 

Have a great weekend!

The Unique Team – We Make It Fun To Stay Home!

-Shari Provan-Crofut

#HotTub Exercises

Hot Tub Exercises

Turn your spa or hot tub into an aquatic gym with 10 Easy Spa & Hot Tub Exercises:

1. Roll your shoulders

Straight in the center of your spa or hot tub, begin with light shoulder rolls backwards and forwards. The heat and water resistance can make this simple movement improve joint mobility and boost circulation to your, neck, torso, and shoulders. Try for 3 sets of 30 on each shoulder.

2. Work your core

From a seated position face the center of your spa or hot tub. Lift both knees to your chest then fully extend your legs, keeping them together. This exercise focuses on your core.  Make sure and keep your back straight–no arching, and don’t bring your shoulders toward your ears – this increases tension in your neck. Another 3 sets of 30.

3. Kick your feet

From a seated position with your legs straight toward the center of your spa or hot tub, begin as if you are pedaling a bicycle. For quadriceps and to loosen tight hip flexors, you can also straighten, lower, and lift your legs against the resistance of the water. Do either exercise for 3 sets of 30 if you are able – you may need to work up to this.

4. Clap your hands

While standing, put your arms under water and out from your sides. With thumbs pointing toward the sky and hands flat, bring your arms together so your palms touch. Then extend them back. This move works your chest, biceps, triceps and shoulders . To isolate your chest and effectively exercise your arms, make sure to keep your shoulders relaxed. Do 3 sets of 30.

 

5. Raise your heels

Standing, raise from your heels onto your toes repeatedly for 3 sets of 15 – 30 . This exercise slims and tones your calves. To aid in balance, put your hand against the wall.  

6. Cross your arms

With your shoulders under water, extend your arms with your palms facing down, then cross them in front of your chest. Repeat this movement to raise your heart rate and activate your shoulder muscles. Do 3 sets of 20 – 40.

7. Bend your knees

Standing on one leg, bring one knee to your chest. Rapidly alternate bending and raising each leg in a high-knees running motion working against the resistance of the water.  This will work your abs and legs. For stability, keep one or both hands on the wall or a flotation device. Do 3 sets of 30 – 60.

8. Twist your torso

With shoulders submerged, cross your arms across your chest. Contract your abdominal muscles, twist slowly from left to right, and right to left. As you twist, exhale and inhale as you return to center. Keep your shoulders relaxed.  Do 3 sets of 20 – 30.

9. Sit and stand

Do some squats without hurting your knees. Tilt your hips back (as if you’re sitting in a chair) and extend your arms for balance. Sit back slowly and pause halfway down, contracting your abdominal muscles and pressing your hips forward as you return to a standing position. Avoid locking your knees to prevent stress on your joints, . 

10. Stretch it out

It’s always a good idea to stretch at the end of any work out.  In a standing position bend one knee and grab your foot behind you. Keep the bent knee close to your standing leg for a deep stretch. Hold onto the wall with one hand if you need the support. Hold for 30 – 45 seconds then switch to the other leg and repeat.

Stretch out your back, torso, and shoulders by holding the wall, keeping both feet flat.   Push your hips away from your hands toward the center of your spa or hot tub. Keep your back flat and contract your core.  Hold for 30 – 45 seconds.

These exercises are a great way to improve mobility, cardiovascular health and overall fitness in the controlled, low-impact environment of your spa or hot tub. As these exercises become easier for you, you can increase the number of repetitions or even add light weights to your wrists and ankles.  

 

 

-Shari Provan-Crofut

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