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Old 07-05-2011, 01:08 PM   #271
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What no pics lol Sounds like it was just what you needed some down time, good for you
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Old 07-05-2011, 01:10 PM   #272
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I'm glad you had a great day! I played world of warcraft all weekend on my computer. LOL
I've been wanting to play that but didn't want to pay the monthly fee. I play Guild Wars and Diablo. LOL


Live rock is back in tank. I just put them on top, no clue what to do with them. Glad I did because as I set them on I found other rock kinda loose. Gotta fix that. When it clears up again (I smoothed the sand in spots) I will take pics and you guys can give me some ideas. Please? These were gonna go on the bottom cause they are heavy. Even when I broke the one down, the 3 individual pieces are heavy. You'll see they are solid, not porous. That bad?
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Old 07-05-2011, 01:11 PM   #273
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What no pics lol Sounds like it was just what you needed some down time, good for you

Whatcha mean no pics. I posted of my pretty rock, which you liked LOL AND of my ammonia

More pics soon though need input.
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Old 07-05-2011, 01:13 PM   #274
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@Grizz oops maybe you mean of the fish I caught lmao, sorry. My daughter has them on her phone. I took a couple during my fileting (or should I say butchering). I was gonna ask her to send me some when she gets off work. Didn't think I should post them in a Aquarium Forum lol.
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Old 07-05-2011, 01:27 PM   #275
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I've been wanting to play that but didn't want to pay the monthly fee. I play Guild Wars and Diablo. LOL


Live rock is back in tank. I just put them on top, no clue what to do with them. Glad I did because as I set them on I found other rock kinda loose. Gotta fix that. When it clears up again (I smoothed the sand in spots) I will take pics and you guys can give me some ideas. Please? These were gonna go on the bottom cause they are heavy. Even when I broke the one down, the 3 individual pieces are heavy. You'll see they are solid, not porous. That bad?

The more dense rock that I have I hid underneath, it's not as pretty as the porous reefcleaners rock. Porous and light is always good, it has more surface area for bacterial propagation.

I play WOW like 24/7 and this forum the rest of my time. I have 10 toons and they are all 85 and geared very well
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Old 07-05-2011, 01:39 PM   #276
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Awesome, I don't play much during summer. Alot during winter.

So I'm guessing it would be best to move my rock around and put these under like I planned originally?

Uggg. LOL. That gonna affect my "cycling"?
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Nope, no affect at all. You can move til your hearts content.
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Old 07-05-2011, 02:12 PM   #278
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New Tank Pic

Here's a new pic with the live rock just set in. Still a little cloudy but, it's the top five across the top. Big one in middle. Next Big on right, the back of that is reminds me of a brain, if it wasn't for the one side I'd say it was just a rock. Then the other 3 was the 1 that I broke after finding all the creepy crawlies.
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I think it looks ok. You left room on the sides too, smart girl!
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I make collums out of my rock then stack more rock on top i creates lots of caves over hangs and spots to put coral in
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