Originally Posted by J.Mcpeak
It will be hard chewing those cuts
If you don't have a team of well trained beavers, Tools are probably a good idea!
(Cheeky so and so)
that's why I have a certain nickname!
Enough fun and games!
Pics are a little unclear but at least you have a plan on paper, that is where all the best ideas evolve from.
Good luck with all of it, you know I'm on your team even if I am a bit cheeky!
The beavers sound like a great idea. At least i won't have to provide them lunch. I was planning on taking the wood to a karate class
, not sure if the cuts will be neat though.
We also have a local mens shed (for skint buggers like me who don't have tools to work with and retirees who want company). It's a fully equipped workshop which is open for community use according to local radio ads. That is plan B if grandpa doesn't want to get involved.
Sorry about the image quality. My phone stopped transferring images a while back so I'm taking pics with a laptop
It's the most basic plan i could come up with really.
I'll reinstall my old scanner at some stage if i can find the install disc and scan my plans so they're actually visible. The plan is only for the frame anyway. the 4 foot will sit on a platform 24 inches high. The 20's will be be about 5 inches off the ground unless make modifications.
Thanks for the support. I look forwards to the laughs i get from your posts.
Thanks for the tips on algae and fish transport by the way. I did start a 4h, 2h, 5h light cycle sometime last week to fight the algae. Results are encouraging but not as instant as i'd like. I have a three pronged algae attack. Snails, improving mechanical filtration and adjusting my lights. I may look at dosing glut too.
And because i can now, here is an image of my 20G on the 13/11.
And today (because i want to compare)