|12-07-2014 04:35 AM|
|kwheeler91||Maybe he filled it and everything died. This threads so long I cant remember if the guy has ever kept discus before. Anyone know? Would be one hell of an expensive trial run lol. But seriously who in their right mind could stare at an empty tank that long? Especially one so large. Would have put some crappie in there in the beggining and had some nice sandwiches by the time anything tropical made its way in.|
|12-05-2014 12:49 PM|
|lamiskool||Wonder if this guys still around/if the tank is still being set up...havnt seen an update in a long time.|
|12-05-2014 11:45 AM|
|Saxtonhill||Love the bog garden! Looking forward to updates|
|10-16-2014 11:03 AM|
|AussieDIYFK||any news of late, would love to see this beast stocked and flourishing|
|09-14-2014 06:16 PM|
Hey- we need an update and pics before everything starts closing down for the winter!
(Can't believe summer is over in a week and a half- I'm Not Ready )
|09-14-2014 05:54 PM|
|Silmarwen||Just checking in. I'm bouncing with excitement--this is coming along so wonderfully!! It's possibly the longs thread (chronologically) I've ever followed, but it's so unbelievably worth it to see this slowly coming together. I'm glad you got a bit of water in it already, although it'd probably be more satisfying if it actually touched the bottom of the tank|
|08-29-2014 07:59 AM|
Well done on the attention to detail. Just when you think that you've thought of it all, you pull another trick from your bag.
How are you going to combat a regular and accurate fresh water drip system? I don't have much/any experience in them, but I would think a more reliable solution would be a dosing pump hooked up to a fresh water source. That's how I've always envisioned a regular fresh water feed to be setup.
Not to go off topic here, but I got thinking about what would happen if work asked you to relocate for a few months while at a crucial time after filling. How would you respond to that? In our eyes, it might seem completely reasonable to decline the offer or push to stay where you are, but in other peoples/management eyes it might not look so good at all. After all this work and preparation, to fill it and have to maintain and watch it through the most crucial stage, I doubt it would be as easy as getting a family member or an inexperienced friend to look over it while you're gone.
When I say 'you', I mean the general/avid tank keeper.
|08-26-2014 10:26 PM|
|Lilyth88||And here I thought I was bad. I started my 30 gallon in June and it still doesn't have water yet. I'd be going NUTS if I were this guy!|
|08-26-2014 03:35 PM|
Props to the patience, dude started the tank back in 2011 and it is not done yet. I'm already going mad anxious reading the whole topic, I would've gone bananas if this were to be my tank.
Again major props for the build and stellar props to the patience.
|08-21-2014 04:21 AM|
|thelub||It will happen, but he might go straight to a full blown reef instead of a planted setup|
|08-20-2014 04:49 AM|
|DGarone||My money, not to be mean, is that it won't happen for one reason or another.|
|08-20-2014 04:19 AM|
|08-20-2014 03:35 AM|
For the love pf aquariums... is it done yet???
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|07-13-2014 06:44 AM|
any updates mate
as i really want to see this project finished?
|06-15-2014 07:07 PM|
|EwDeg||As I read through this journal in one sitting, and saw many comments along the lines of "24 pages and no water?!" I thought to myself "there's sure to be water and fish on page 40." Heh, well here I sit amazed. Amazing build so far! Can't wait to see the discus!|
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