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post #16 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-06-2012, 10:43 AM Thread Starter
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Exactly......I'm actually in the middle of a full rescape on the high tech ATM. I can't wait! It's been neglected since my daughter was born 6 months ago. I ended up with massive algae problems and lost most of my plants. The tank is running low tech right now until I build a reactor. Ivr been collecting plants and randomly tossing them in,it looked horrible. I picked up an awesome price of manzanita that I can't stop looking at so I'm going for it!


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post #17 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-06-2012, 11:53 PM
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Exactly......I'm actually in the middle of a full rescape on the high tech ATM. I can't wait! It's been neglected since my daughter was born 6 months ago. I ended up with massive algae problems and lost most of my plants. The tank is running low tech right now until I build a reactor. Ivr been collecting plants and randomly tossing them in,it looked horrible. I picked up an awesome price of manzanita that I can't stop looking at so I'm going for it!


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Awww congratulations on your little girl Is she your first? Understand what having a baby can do to the relationship with a fish tank. My youngest is 14 months and....uh oh! Holy Cats!!! Wow! I thought I had my fish tank for ONE year but just now, doing the math thinking about my baby, I realized I've had it for 2 years!!! Theres a prime example of what babies do to fish tanks HaHa!

I checked your threads to see if you have a rescape thread...you don't appear to. If I've missed it let me know! My favorite thing to do here at TPT is follow folks journals, scapes and rescapes! If you don't, are you planning on starting one?

Being able to purchase some Manzanita recently has definetely made things more exciting for me with rescaping. I think if positioned right the wood can really create an amazing look!

Good luck with your reactor build and your rescape!
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post #18 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-07-2012, 12:12 AM Thread Starter
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Yup shes my first definetly changed a lot of things for me lol
Seth's 72g, the never ending project.

Here's the link to the tank journal. More updates to come!


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