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Old 05-23-2005, 12:38 PM   #1
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Moving the 75g

Well, yesterday was the day that I've been dreading since my wife and I decided to move. With my parents' help, we moved the 75g. The distance wasn't that great, but man, what an undertaking.

We did unfortunately, lose our chalk basslet. RIP chalky. He was a great fish. He was a little nervous/skitterish in general, so I was worried about him the most. By the time we were putting everyone in their new home, he had already left us.

As of this morning, everyone else looked good.

Sorry, no great questions or solutions, just wanted to share. Thanks.

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I have helped with many tank moves and I know exactly what you mean by undertaking. Only after movign one can you really appricate what is involved in the planning and execution of the move. Now your experenced if you need to move it again it will be old hat so to speak.

Sorry about the basslet but its good to hear everything else is doing good.

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R.I.P. Chalky sorry to hear...
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