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Jealousy

Wishing I had more time, and more energy, (not to mention money and space) for this hobby.

Currently waiting for my second 55 gallon, my spare 20L and the walstad bowl and wishing I had the aforementioned wishes fulfilled haha.



Anyone else have any projects running? Any new developments, purchases, ideas?

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post #62 of 869 (permalink) Old 02-24-2013, 02:12 AM
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I've been thinking about getting some bumblebee gobies but I'm not sure if they eventually will need salt.

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36" are nice but 48" are better.
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ok....

LOL I just say that because I have two that are 48.

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I broke my 125 in the move . Wife says she'll get me a dart frog setup to help fill the void in my heart. I am now replanting my 29gallon and trying to make that all pretty after the move. I have 2 Ebi and 1 Spec I need to think about what to do with as well.
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I broke my 125 in the move . Wife says she'll get me a dart frog setup to help fill the void in my heart. I am now replanting my 29gallon and trying to make that all pretty after the move. I have 2 Ebi and 1 Spec I need to think about what to do with as well.
Bummer about the tank

Nice wife though

If you're not keeping the little tanks I might be interested in one if you're close to GR


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LOL I just say that because I have to that are 48.
Well it must be nice to have the room. Lol
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I broke my 125 in the move . Wife says she'll get me a dart frog setup to help fill the void in my heart. I am now replanting my 29gallon and trying to make that all pretty after the move. I have 2 Ebi and 1 Spec I need to think about what to do with as well.
That sucks! I'm always nervous when moving a tank. It doesn't matter if it's empty or full.

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Well it must be nice to have the room. Lol
Yes it is! There side up side. They take up the whole wall in my computer room. I'm just hoping I can get some time to plant all the plants that keep popping up and floating.

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Yukon, if you have extra plants, Hmm, I wonder where they could go?

I wish I had the free time to get to know everyone on here, then it wouldn't be quite as creepy for me to offer assistance haha.

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post #70 of 869 (permalink) Old 02-27-2013, 04:15 AM
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Hi I'm Barb and live in Howell. I work as a cna at a local nursing home. Right now I am doing my research and planning on setting up a 72 gallon bowfront. I am sure I'll be posting quite a bit, currently trying to decide what type of lighting I want to use and keep going back and forth between different options. Enough to make one's head spin

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Welcome Barb, glad to see more activity here.

Would love to hear more on this.

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Hi I'm Barb and live in Howell. I work as a cna at a local nursing home. Right now I am doing my research and planning on setting up a 72 gallon bowfront. I am sure I'll be posting quite a bit, currently trying to decide what type of lighting I want to use and keep going back and forth between different options. Enough to make one's head spin

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Welcome barb. It nice to know another fish keeper that live in howell.

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Welcome barb. It nice to know another fish keeper that live in howell.
Yes it is, was wondering where do you usually get your fish and plants at? My previous set up I was getting my stuff local, but have been thinking about going to the more specialized aquarium stores this time around. Had stopped by Moby Dicks on Monday had a lot of the larger cichlids, for the tetras that I am thinking about and the dwarf cockatoos from them it would probably have to be special ordered. Hoping to make it out to Pruess in the next week or two and check them out.

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Yes it is, was wondering where do you usually get your fish and plants at? My previous set up I was getting my stuff local, but have been thinking about going to the more specialized aquarium stores this time around. Had stopped by Moby Dicks on Monday had a lot of the larger cichlids, for the tetras that I am thinking about and the dwarf cockatoos from them it would probably have to be special ordered. Hoping to make it out to Pruess in the next week or two and check them out.

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Try these two places Pet Suppliers, 2825 E Highland Rd, Highland, MI 48356 - Highland Tropical Fish & Bird Haven, 10655 Highland Road, White Lake Township, MI 48386. And also Theres two fish Auction coming up soon. Heres the links to them. http://www.swmas.org/auction
http://greaterdetroitaquariumsociety.org/

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