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Old 05-18-2014, 11:10 AM   #11
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Probably don't have any competition to speak of. How does internet ordering work? Have you tried it?
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Old 05-18-2014, 11:16 AM   #12
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Stuart is a pretty nice area. My father and brother lived there for a few years but then moved back to Ct about 10 years ago. Welcome to AA.
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Probably don't have any competition to speak of. How does internet ordering work? Have you tried it?

I have ordered my clean up crew online. It's pretty simple. Shipping is kind of high on some websites but I would much rather pay for shipping then drive 2 hours to get them and then 2 hours back home! But I actually bought my 2 clownfish from petco.
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Thanks, Treemanone. Yes, Stuart is nice. I've been here since 1947 except for the time I was with my Air Force career husband and he retired and we came back here. We're having a major water problem right now with dumping from Lake Okeechobee into our waterway. Some of the aerial views of the brown water spreading into the Atlantic at our inlet are heartbreaking. It looks like finally something is being done after grass kills and oyster kills, etc. Slow process.
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Old 05-20-2014, 03:30 PM   #15
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Brief update on my 14g Nano Cube DX reef tank. PWC yesterday and today's readings:

Ammonia 0 to .25
Nitrites 0.25
Nitrates 80

Getting there. Just kinda waiting it out. Can't order the new hood until next month so there's no hurry to get anything in there without lights. Nothing added but new salt water at change and RO water for topping off. I've been all over this forum and Google and YouTube reading and watching. Great forum. Love the threads about starting new tanks. Now I need to head over to the fresh water section. I've started cycling a 10g for a Betta.
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