Hello and greetings to all in the land of the great Bitog: Yes, you read it correctly, I am considering watering my grass, (or at least some of my grass), with water from an abandoned pool next door. Said house is vacant and has been for sometime, (a victim of the foreclosure crisis). While the front yard is mowed occasionally, the back yard is a jungle of weeds, vines - basically overgrown in true "Tarzan" style. The screen enclosure around the pool is in pretty sad shape. Most of the screens are gone and the frame itself is in need of repair. The pool is filled with water - green water that is a perfect haven for frogs and mosquitos. I have been bombing it with mosquito donuts from time to time so that wifey and I can enjoy an evening in our backyard without being carried away. I was over there today ready to toss some donuts when it occurred to me that I could kill the ever famous two birds with one stone. "Self," said I, "what if I were to drop a pump of some kind into this here cement pond and pump said water onto grassy area on my side of the line. It would eliminate the bug problem AND make the green, green grass of home look even greener." Naturally, said pump would have to be portable and would be a classic "weekend" job. But I'm thinking, one of these days they will drain that pool anyway and there must be about 20,000 gallons of water there that will return when it rains which will provide even more water for my watering madness. I'm thinking - someone tell me I'm not totally off my rocker. In other words, I'm looking for suggestions.