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Ok, that was corny, but nonetheless i'm from WV also, no where near you southern folks. I live in the northern panhandle. You can't venture any further north where i live or you'll be in either Ohio or Pennsylvania. That's my tristate area but i've been in every square inch of WV! Charleston especially.

So Hi All! I'm new to aquarium plants, i've had my 29g tank with plants running for about 1 and a half months and just now added diy co2. Hoping to up my lighting this christmas.

thanks for reading!
 

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Haha, hey HooHa! ;)

Hi other people. I actually claim Pennsylvania as my place of residence because i work there, my girlfriend lives there, and my favorite fish store is there, need i say more? heh.
 

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Hi from Morgantown! Im new to keeping plants also. Im starting with a 5 gallon to play it safe though. This area sucks for finding live plants. I Would like to make a trip to wet pets in Pittsburgh but I havent found the time.
 

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I also live in the northern panhandle and work in PA. I also tell ppl I'm from the pittsburgh area when they ask because it's easier than explaining the little tiny sliver of WV that goes in between PA and OH. Have you found any good local stores? I usually end up driving out to washington or to the other side of pittsburgh whenever I need to get anything for my tanks.
 

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Put a pin on the map for Green Bank...I have 10+ years experience keeping & breeding several species of fish, but I've taken a break from aquariums for the the past 5 years or so. Hoping to purchase a 75G soon, planting it heavily, and adding some Amazon type fish to it.

omboocat - do I know you??? I'm about 99% certain that I do.

Charlie
 

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Welcome

Not in my holler, you haven't. There's lots of square inches here that no one has bothered with siince indian times. But I'll ignore your boast for now and extend a welcome to you and trust that we will exchange ideas and maybe even plants at some time or another....
 
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