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Old 05-31-2013, 10:56 PM   #11
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I'm I'll and just don't have the stregnth
I'm sorry to hear that. I'm glad that you are able to pay someone to do it. I know my fish are very relaxing when I'm tired or don't feel well.
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Old 06-01-2013, 03:47 PM   #12
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Stage 4 lymphoma , I don't trust just anyone with my reefs but I have to for a bit
really no choice.
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Old 06-01-2013, 10:01 PM   #13
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Just curious, where were you dumping the water before you started the service? Was it going down the drain? The garden is a logical choice given the "goodies" in the water. However, you have more than bunny rabbits running around. Good luck with that.
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Hi,

Isn't saltwater BAD for garden plants?

I am "scared" of bears, like you said the claws are huge, crazy huge! And bears are BIG, and can do what they want!

Make sure you keep the bear spray and rifle handy!

Better to pour the water at the end of the driveway where you don't ever want weeds.

Keeping you in my prayers!
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My drive way is a mile long... and I know how you feel about bears, I`ve been hearing alot about black bears down here recently. And cougars, bobtails, foxes, I live in the woods.
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saltwater is great in vegetable garden tomato's and cucumbers love it
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saltwater is great in vegetable garden tomato's and cucumbers love it
I think they would like salt ON them, I know I would!!!
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the only things you really have to worry about in the part of texas I live in are black panthers, coyotes, racoons (evil little things), snakes lots of them, scorpians...and the occassional wolf... MAYBE MAYBE a bear in certain state parks but I've only seen them in zoos!
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Okay aside from bunnies there was a raccoon that cleared out the goldfish from my small garden pond. Yes, evil. Would not want to deal with anything larger than that.
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