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Old 03-10-2014, 11:55 PM   #241
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I would love to have another clam, but I'm scared I may kill it like the first one I had. lol

Cant' wait to see what kind of coral and fish are available up north, it's kinda ghetto down here in Florida. lol

I was out of brine and bloodworms so I made the trek out to daytona, and why waste a trip just for food! I picked up a HUGE HUGE cinnamon paly polyp and two polyp blastomussa. They both look good.

Now to get over the stress of having someone caring for my babies. I still have to write up an instruction sheet for my best friend on all the tanks. I have my fingers crossed that I come back to everything being alive and well. I am going to feed heavily before I leave at 4 am and my friend is going to come every other day to feed and check things out. My poor fish are gonna starve lol. They are used to be being fed a few small meals a day, I hope they can deal.
I have a decent sized stryofoam cooler in the car ready to go too! Made sure that was packed up first. I am such a fish/coral head.
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Old 03-11-2014, 12:01 AM   #242
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If Florida is ghetto reefing...I don't want to know what my area is like. Cyano is free, I know that much!
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Old 03-11-2014, 12:09 AM   #243
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Don't worry, your fish will be just fine! (Though it would be cool if you could hook up one of those web cams to your phone!

Stay in Penn., go to the east and you will find ich for sale, trust me! Lol
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Cant' wait to see what kind of coral and fish are available up north, it's kinda ghetto down here in Florida. lol
Don't get your hopes up. My favorite local store is known for affordable dry goods. They don't seem to take very good care of their coral tanks. Bizarre if you ask me. there are three stores in a couple mile radius from me. There is also "That Pet Place" about an hour and a half west. They boast the largest pet store in the world. Pretty awesome place IMO.
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Old 03-11-2014, 08:31 AM   #245
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Carey I feel you. Florida fish stores are really ghetto. It's not even funny. They sell the fish after their dead.
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Old 03-11-2014, 09:26 AM   #246
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Hmm dry goods huh? I think I can maybe find stuff there that I need lol. I've ordered from that pet place before wasn't aware that was close by. What town is it in?
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Old 03-11-2014, 09:29 AM   #247
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Oh yeah almost forgot, is there or was there a store in jenkintown?
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Actually in Jenkintown...there is a Petco, Petsomething or other, and a place called Pet Valu which is the only one that isn't chain...or doesn't sound like one.
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Years and years ago there was martins aquarium in jenkintown, but the partners couldn't agree on anything so they went their separate ways, also I was just at that fish place yesterday selection is good but it seems as though their coral prices are creeping up
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Good ole Martins! That store was great. Yes, TPP's coral prices are dear lately. 3" clams were offered for $150.00 when I was at the NCPARS swap. It's still a cool store. It's in Lancaster, Pa. Carey.
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