|03-01-2014 02:20 PM|
|Qwe||So am I the only one going to the NAS auction tomorrow?|
|02-03-2014 05:18 PM|
Admission is free, all are welcome. There will be a 50/50 raffle. Most of all, I will be there! :-)
|01-31-2014 01:15 AM|
Yeah. It's a 3 hour drive from where I'll be (and perhaps 5 hours from where I'll be spending the night before). We will see.
I'd love to pick up some nice looking angels or South American community fish. Plants are always welcome
|01-31-2014 01:04 AM|
Best deals do happen towards the end a lot of times, and if it is as big as people make it sound, I'd imagine it will run into the evening. You can text me that day and I can keep you informed, if you'd like.
Here's the registration form for anyone interested.
If you pre-register, you get the red dot per 5 lots. Rules here
|01-30-2014 08:57 PM|
Well, I may be able to make it. I'll be coming down from way Upstate NY but it's possible.
I'll check the maps and feasibility. It runs until the evening right? That's when the best deals happen anyway.
|01-30-2014 01:48 PM|
|AquaStudent||I unfortunately won't be able to go next week. I'm going up to the family camp in the Adirondacks. I will freeze.|
|01-29-2014 07:51 PM|
I thought it was this weekend not next one. I may be able to do that.
I don't have a ton of tank space but I could make room in my 29g...and I do have a 10g growout tank that's currently uninhabited (don't know if I want to stock it or keep it as a growout tank...)
|01-29-2014 04:47 PM|
Have you been to an auction? It's definitely an experience worth having if you're into the hobby.
*Sell off some of your extra stock
*Get some great deals on stuff you're seeing in person
*Chat with fellow hobbyists all the while
Seems like plenty of reason to me. Couple all that with the fact that this particular auction is supposed to be one of the biggest in the area (according to what people say about previous years), and what better way to spend a Sunday?
|01-29-2014 05:17 AM|
|AquaStudent||Qwe would you please convince me to come to the PVAS auction? I want to go but I'm not 100% sure if I feel excited enough to go.|
|01-27-2014 07:32 PM|
Maybe that's why it's a different location, was wondering that... I'll definitely be bidding on a bunch of your stuff
If we're making a list, I'll bring java fern, marmorkrebs, A. reineckii, Ludwigia repens, Nesaea triflora, Heterandria formosa, and probably some endlers (if that's what they in fact are...). Maybe some floaters, too...
|01-27-2014 05:43 PM|
I will be bringing a number of plants to the PVAS auction. Kliener bar swords, dwarf sag, weeping moss, two other mosses I still need to identify lol, anubias nana petit, crypt wendtii, assassin snails, gold fleck trumpet snails. No shrimp this year from me, maybe next year. Lots of stuff to bring.
I haven't been to the pvas auction in many years. I do remember that it outgrew our old location. It was packed! Hopefully this location is bigger so it is easier to get around.
P.S. Think I am also going to auction my huge java fern on lava rock.
|01-27-2014 03:02 AM|
|Minja||Nice score on the bloodworms.|
|01-27-2014 01:47 AM|
There's only been one auction I walked away empty handed from, and that was the cichlid one...
This one I won some hornwort and purple bamboo. I also pre-arranged to buy some hygro pinnatifida from someone that was there, won a tiny fish bowl, and got in on NECA's frozen bloodworms, $5 for a pound.
|01-27-2014 01:41 AM|
|Minja||it was small... You win anything? See ya at pvas.|
|01-26-2014 11:22 PM|
|Qwe||Nice to meet you Minja! Gotta say, that was one of the smaller auctions I've been to... I'm sure the PVAS one will be much larger, from what I've been told.|
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