OH and BTW, when you're finally free, I'll be needing to hire you to come to Washington State when I win the lottery for my 400G tank. I can barely hang up a picture, that's what my DIY skills are like. Definitely impressed!
Let me know when you are ready..would love to visit Washington State. Doing this tank has been awesome. I really enjoy doing this type of stuff. Just wish there was more money involved with it and I would do it full time.
Awesome progress, you are almost done!
When are the guys in the 55g going to be introduced? Is it almost cycled?
I bought 8 blackskirt tetras on Saturday and all of them are doing great so I did transfer over 2 Jullii Corys (1) still in 55, (5) Streba Corys (1) still in 55, my (6) rummynose tetras (1) did perish for whatever reason, (5) H. Rasboros and my (2) blackskirts I had already. I still have the larger fish to bring over and not sure if I am going to keep my Pictus Cat or not. If I get time, I may transfer them over this weekend but I also wanted to get (20) more rummynose tetras and add them to the tank before moving over the larger ones..not sure though. I will tell you that it is so enjoyable watching the fish school around in this tank!
Also....I do still have alot of work yet to do. I need to install my drain line, build that front cover, finish up my CO2 hookup to my reactor and then once I get my fish transferred over I need to clean up the 55 and re-seal the joints and then install my fill line. Then I need to build my fish room counter and hang some shelves to put all my crap away.
Very beautiful build. I love the way it looks like it was suppose to be there. I take it that will be "your chair"?
All matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death life is only a dream which is an imagination of ourselves. Bill Hicks
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