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|12-21-2016 12:49 AM|
Sorry, i'm a late comer to the party, just a new hobbyist in the Birmingham area. I actually only just moved here back in June, so if anyone is interested in meeting up and talking fish I'd welcome the opportunity! Just a 20 tall with some guppies, a pleco, and my (newest, absolute favorite) German blue rams.
|09-01-2016 10:36 PM|
Originally Posted by dougolasjr View Post
I'm from all of those places. Born in Centerpoint area, raised in Clay, mailing address Pinson.
Now I have a home with mailing address Warrior, but my kids go to Pinson Schools, and Gardendale is technically my closest real "city" to hit.
|09-01-2016 09:58 PM|
Originally Posted by GCamp13 View Post
Nice. I live just to the NE of Fultondale in Morris/Kimberly area.
|09-01-2016 09:47 PM|
Originally Posted by Lectraplayer View Post
It is directly behind the Outback in hoover. However, it is not behind the Outback in hoover. It depends on your perspective. If you are looking from Highway 31 directly at Outback, perpendicular to it, then it is directly behind it. However, that is NOT the "front" of Outback. Outback's store front is NOT facing the highway, it is parallel to it. So, technically, it is "beside" Outback, not "behind" it.
If you are coming South on 31, turn right into the Outback parking lot. Literally. Keep driving through the parking lot. Straight. No turns at all. As you exit the back of the parking lot, you will be looking at a strip mall. It has a dance studio in it. Next to the dance studio is Aquarium Imports. And those guys are awesome.
The LFS itself is kinda small, not TOO much kept in stock. We are a small town, not enough customers to keep heavy stock. But the 3 guys who have run the store (and owned it) since the freaking 70's (no joke), absolutely 100% know the hobby and business of fishkeeping. They are a little light on freshwater (plants and fish), and sell themselves as a saltwater outfit. But they will order anything you need, and are happy to work with you.
I have given them hundreds and hundreds of extra plants throughout the years. Definitely try to find them one day.
|08-26-2016 08:14 PM|
|HaeSuse||Warrior/Pinson area (NE Jefferson County).|
|09-15-2015 01:12 AM|
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|08-18-2015 06:48 PM|
|BamaMan93||Hello, everyone. Morgan County resident here.|
|07-28-2015 10:27 PM|
|MrsMoose||In Jasper, Hi Everyone|
|04-30-2015 07:18 PM|
|Phil Edwards||Wooo, welcome!|
|04-30-2015 05:09 AM|
|TropicalCreations||Officially Ill be in Baldwin County come Saturday|
|04-20-2015 03:21 PM|
|Phil Edwards||Thank you for the welcome. They were a lot of work, but it's work I enjoy so they were worth it. Hoping to have the 60 gallon ready to put together in a couple weeks.|
|03-28-2015 08:25 PM|
Just looked at your 2 old tanks. WOW man those were awesome. Looked like a ton of work. Welcome to Bama
|03-26-2015 09:42 PM|
Fort Payne/DeKalb Co here; just moved to AL two months ago and have no idea where most of you are, but it's nice to meet you.
|03-22-2015 03:55 PM|
|DrivingaBigBrownTruck||Hey folks, I'm in the Montgomery area and just getting started with planted tanks. I have 3 tanks at the moment a 55g ,a 20g and a 10g. Ohhh and WAR EAGLE!!!!|
|02-28-2015 10:43 PM|
|dj318||Hi, planters! I'm in Limestone County very near the Elk River. There are not too many planters around. I've been reading for a while and just now posting. I've learned a lot from all of you posters. Thanks a plenty!|
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