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Old 01-06-2004, 02:39 PM   #11
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your local gravel company is the way to go - I bought about 60 pounds of black flagstone for my tank for about $26. I busted it up and made an awesome landscape with 3 arches and 2 caves.

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I like collecting rocks or driftwood myself. Can be hard work, but worth it IMO. Considering I like being outdoors in the first place, collecting comes natural to me.
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Landscaping material yards will be a good place to try, or even some gem/mineral shops. I got all the rock in my tank from a rock shop around here and paid more than I would at a landscape yard, but most landscape yards don't have petrified wood.
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