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Old 02-13-2015, 11:17 AM   #3231
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Nice. My ultimate goal is to have a salt water tank.

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Old 02-13-2015, 02:19 PM   #3232
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If you are creative, sometimes a tank is never finished!

Oh by the way...we see it. Looks fun and it doesn't have pink and green and blue gravel so for a "fish" (shrimp) tank, it is awesome!!!
Good point!

And thanks, I'm finally happy with it.
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Old 02-13-2015, 03:59 PM   #3233
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I have spent so much time on this tank, changing my mind about plants, changing things around, getting stressed because it will be in the spouse's work office and other people will see it. Well, I'm done. Going to let the fish settle til next weekend and then it's moving, finally!!!

the hard sad part about what you did it's going to get messed up when you move it , it can't be moved full as the tank would be way to heavy and probably burst all that great work will need to be redone , I know it's a shame , don't stress it just remember all the work you doing will bring enjoyment to many who see it!
and the reward for doing it will be priceless "well worth it"
hope the move goes smooth with no big problems
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the hard sad part about what you did it's going to get messed up when you move it , it can't be moved full as the tank would be way to heavy and probably burst all that great work will need to be redone , I know it's a shame , don't stress it just remember all the work you doing will bring enjoyment to many who see it!
and the reward for doing it will be priceless "well worth it"
hope the move goes smooth with no big problems
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Oh yeah, I've thought about that It's a 4g acrylic, folks here said I could move it half full, we'll see. Looks like that project is going to happen next weekend....
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yeah 1/2 full 4g could be moved easier I agree , I thought it was bigger sure looks bigger ,
remember go slow driving no hard stops no hard sudden turns ect you want to try to keep the sloshing to a minimum so everything don't get stirred up
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yeah 1/2 full 4g could be moved easier I agree , I thought it was bigger sure looks bigger ,
remember go slow driving no hard stops no hard sudden turns ect you want to try to keep the sloshing to a minimum so everything don't get stirred up
Fortunately the spouse will be driving. I have the original box from the kit, plan to set it in there and wrap a towel around it. I'll put that on the floor of the car with me. That's the plan anyhow
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Time to share a photo of the new 40 gallon (since transfer from my old tank).

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♡ I love my giant danios. They're epic.

29 gallon~ 5 giant danio, pleco, chinese algae eater, two feeder gold fish because adorable
35 gallon~ red ear slider, two feeder goldfish left..
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It looks so spacious now - very beautiful.
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