Even though how much I have disliked that swimming pool there are some pretty good memories in that pile of now debris. It would always be such a relief walking into the building in the winter because of its warmth and humidity. No matter where you walked or went in the building there was alway...
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...is where the competitions are, which is where those shark infested waters are I was telling you about.
In conclusion, the swimming pool has definitely left its mark and memory on the town of Worland. I will never forget the memories I have had there and the swinning lessons that took place there. Things change and sometimes they are good and bad. Some things that are good is that kids mature and experience life; we look back a month ago and not much has changed, if we looked back a year or two ago a lot of things have changed. One thing that has passed that many people are well aware of is the community swimming pool that has been up since who knows when. However, now there is a new and improved swimming pool not too far away from it, but us older kids that grew up in it are now looking at the destruction of where it used to be and are mourning of all the memories.
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