Has anyone actually seen someone use the chairlift to get into the pool?

stout1

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one of my HOA’s had a large playground that was fenced in. We met the legal requirements to provide “access” to the playground for wheelchairs. Where access ended...because the required surface around play equipment is a soft plastic mulch material not able to support wheels. Best intents meets reality.

You can also used poured in place rubber for paths around equipment, at least in Indiana. Our local school has upgraded a few elementary playgrounds with that and our city has an inclusive accessible park that uses it as a play surface.
 

seminole97

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Reminds of when people were bitching about a double amputee sprinter was running against non handicapped runners. "The blades give him an advantage!!!!"

Fine. Just cut your legs off and get some blades as well.
I’m totally open to watching cyborg competitions.
Battlebots really fizzled.
 

Pinehawk

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Hotels and apartment complexes hate them because kids play on them and break them. And, they take up valuable pool deck space and are very rarely used. Oftentimes you'll see them covered and locked because they are trying to keep the kids off them.
In those tiny hotel pools, they take up a lot of room.
 
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