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We had been using the hot tub as way to relax at the end of the day, but were often unable to use it at that time because of low evening temperatures and thunder storms.

But late last week, true summery temperatures for our region finally arrived: daytime temps in the very high 80's and the low 90's, and thus we have discovered a whole new way to enjoy the hot tub in the late afternoon when the temps are the highest: turn off the heater so the water temp drops a degree or two and turn on the bubbles. In such warm weather, the tub now feels cool, refreshing, and energizing (rather than warm and relaxing).
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