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Old 09-05-2013, 09:22 PM   #1961
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Just don't go snorkeling with a pound of hamburger in your pocket.

I use to go there to dive and feed the Morays. Never got bit, but was assaulted more than once by a hungry one. Have a great trip. Try to see a Manta Ray.
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Old 09-06-2013, 12:03 PM   #1962
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Just don't go snorkeling with a pound of hamburger in your pocket.

I use to go there to dive and feed the Morays. Never got bit, but was assaulted more than once by a hungry one. Have a great trip. Try to see a Manta Ray.
One of my co- workers suggested i tie some steaks to laura and have her swim a lap or two to see if the coast is clear before i go in
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Old 09-06-2013, 10:41 PM   #1963
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One of my co- workers suggested i tie some steaks to laura and have her swim a lap or two to see if the coast is clear before i go in
Like always entering bear infested woods with someone slower than yourself?
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Old 09-10-2013, 06:16 PM   #1964
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My girl friend wanted me to take a few pictures if my tank to share with her students ( special Ed kids ) so I figured I'd go ahead and include them here too,...nothing too exciting or different but we all seem to love getting pictures
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Old 09-11-2013, 04:58 AM   #1965
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Corals look great! You really have a beautiful tank. You really did a great job on the stand. Could use your skills right about now lol.
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Old 09-11-2013, 05:09 AM   #1966
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That, ummmm, looks like, ahh, a whole bunch of fun
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Old 09-11-2013, 01:20 PM   #1967
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Corals look great! You really have a beautiful tank. You really did a great job on the stand. Could use your skills right about now lol.
You seem to have a supervisor AND a carpenters helper. What more help could you need?
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You seem to have a supervisor AND a carpenters helper. What more help could you need?
Oh I think I may be the helper lol
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Corals look great! You really have a beautiful tank. You really did a great job on the stand. Could use your skills right about now lol.
You're living.a dream Keith ,.. Enjoy every second ,...think everything out very carefully, cut once and then drink two beers and go back to step #1.....repeat three or four times and you'll end up with a stand just like mine :-/.. When do you anticipate your opening ??
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You're living.a dream Keith ,.. Enjoy every second ,...think everything out very carefully, cut once and then drink two beers and go back to step #1.....repeat three or four times and you'll end up with a stand just like mine :-/.. When do you anticipate your opening ??
I'm undecided if its a dream or nightmare. Just kidding. My carpentry skills don't allow for too many beers while working. Plumbing is another story lol. My best guess is I might be ready to start filling tanks in a couple two or three weeks and then water parameters will determine when I can start adding livestock. I got about 200 pounds of live rock cooking up so hopefully I can jump start my cycling a little.
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