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Old 01-27-2013, 03:55 PM   #21
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Love, love, love, your clams!

One of the reasons I want a SW tank, just doesn't fit in with my life right now!!!

I am just going to have to go the SW lfs and stare at their tanks again now and they are really far away.
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Old 01-27-2013, 04:00 PM   #22
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Looks awesome bro!! Nice and open too!!
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Thanks for the compliment!
One day soon you'll have your dream tank!
I am doing my dream FW right now! 72G Planted, Eco Complete, tons of driftwood Petrified Wood stones and lots of pretty fish and inverts. It is a little bitter sweet since it was going to be the SW tank, not FW...My 37G will now be available for a sw, but cost right now is issue. I am addicted to my little aqua friends! lol!!!!! (you can see the first couple of shots of it in my album on my profile)

Thank you as well for the words of encouragement.
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Old 01-27-2013, 07:47 PM   #24
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Looks awesome bro!! Nice and open too!!
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Old 01-27-2013, 07:51 PM   #25
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I am doing my dream FW right now! 72G Planted, Eco Complete, tons of driftwood Petrified Wood stones and lots of pretty fish and inverts. It is a little bitter sweet since it was going to be the SW tank, not FW...My 37G will now be available for a sw, but cost right now is issue. I am addicted to my little aqua friends! lol!!!!! (you can see the first couple of shots of it in my album on my profile)

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Those are some nice tanks ya got there! Great job aquascaping the 72g.
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:03 PM   #26
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Here's a video. I know I overpost hehe. To make things worse its accompanied by Mickey Mouse Clubhouse sound as my 3 yr old would not let me mute it lol.

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You did a good job and nice clam. Now lets all do the hot dog dance lol!
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You did a good job and nice clam. Now lets all do the hot dog dance lol!
Haha haha, good call.
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You did a good job and nice clam. Now lets all do the hot dog dance lol!
Hot dog, hot dog, hot diggity dog... can't wait till my little gets into Mickey Mouse club house, love dancing around the house to that song.

The clam is really cool, very interesting creature.
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Awesome. Love it!


Just to add... I liked the hot dog song the first 1,000 times I heard it lol. Now... Not so much. All it does now is make me want a hot dog!!
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