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Old 09-04-2011, 06:11 PM   #11
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Done. Thank goodness. Time for a beer.
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Old 09-04-2011, 08:56 PM   #12
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My tanks as of today:

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Old 09-04-2011, 10:30 PM   #13
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Your Tank Video

Hello again z...

I enjoyed your video. It's quite obviously you enjoy the "water keeping" hobby and know what you're doing. Your cat was trying to get our attention too.

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2nd Tank torn apart, cleaned and put back together. Cleaned out a boat load of snails, the plants were totally infested. Trimmed back many of the plants and got rid of some, the new simplified look is much better. More light, more swim room.

I was starting to refill the tank and I accidentally grabbed the ammonia bottle instead of the Prime bottle. Freaked out. Luckily no damage done.

Surprised to find I still have a good population of ghost and red cherry shrimp. Those suckers can jump HIGH when there is no water. LOL.
Put the ammonia away.. Eco almost put some in his eyes once... lock that stuff up
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Done. Thank goodness. Time for a beer.
Just had some Silver Bullets myself. Did a nod to my Rocky Mountain aquarium pal. You are doing good things and we appreciate you
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Thanks all, I am enjoying this a lot. The cat wasn't happy because I spent 6-8 hours today working on the tanks. He'll get some attention now. Having a Land Shark Lager, not bad, haven't tried it before.
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Thanks all, I am enjoying this a lot. The cat wasn't happy because I spent 6-8 hours today working on the tanks. He'll get some attention now. Having a Land Shark Lager, not bad, haven't tried it before.
Enjoy. You deserve a break. Thanks for sharing your experience
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