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Old 08-09-2011, 07:52 PM   #191
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I know approximately 0 about mushrooms or saltwater tanks for that matter, but just looked at your pictures and they are absolutely beautiful! Just wanted to give you some oooo's and ahhhh's. Gorgeous
Wow!!!! Thank you.... Someday I hope to have " that" tank .
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Old 08-10-2011, 02:42 AM   #192
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Wow!!!! Thank you.... Someday I hope to have " that" tank .

I'm thinking you already have "that" tank.
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Old 08-10-2011, 03:05 AM   #193
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Yeah me to mr.can't take a compliment lol
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Old 08-10-2011, 05:26 PM   #194
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Yeah me to mr.can't take a compliment lol
Ryan , my boy,...thank you,...but,...in my minds eye,..my tank is about a two on a scale of ten,.....on the other hand if you would have told me a year ago that I would have a reef tank going with triggerfish and corals than I really would have thought that everyone else was on mushrooms not just me,...I just feel that I've got soooooooooo much to learn from mike,Doug, Greg and most everyone else here that I've just entered the first grade .... I hope to graduate one day but for now I've got my lunch pail, a peanut butter and jelly sandwich ,sitting on a rug and I'm just listening to all that's going on.... Thank you Ryan ,you're a good guy .
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This isn't easy to do. You should be very proud of your reef.
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Old 08-10-2011, 05:37 PM   #196
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This isn't easy to do. You should be very proud of your reef.
Thanks " teach".... I'll get there one day
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I personally think you should be very proud of what you've accomplished. Your tank looks very healthy and happy. Greg is right.. This is a very fine balancing act and you are doing things beautifully. Kudos to you Dary. You have become an inspiration!

Quite frankly, I think your ability to take your time and "learn" before you leap is one of the best things that people are taking from you sharing your experience here. Nothing good in this hobby comes quick. So the student has become the teacher and your lesson (IMO) is one of the most important.
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Ha! I know enough to know what I don't know!
One look at your tank says it all,....awesome
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I personally think you should be very proud of what you've accomplished. Your tank looks very healthy and happy. Greg is right.. This is a very fine balancing act and you are doing things beautifully. Kudos to you Dary. You have become an inspiration!

Quite frankly, I think your ability to take your time and "learn" before you leap is one of the best things that people are taking from you sharing your experience here. Nothing good in this hobby comes quick. So the student has become the teacher and your lesson (IMO) is one of the most important.
Maya,..you are a trip,...suddenly I feel like David Carradine on " Kung Fu" ,...." ....when you can take this pebble from my hand....". ( apologies to those who have never seen the old tv series " Kung Fu" ,...it was awesome and addicting) .thank you Maya ,..you are a sweetheart !
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