LOLGot home and there was no budging it, thought I could just roll it out. Nope. I ended up having to use a pneumatic hammer to bust half of it apart inside the van. Then I was able to roll it out. But oh what a mess I created !
Sounds like a good idea.Now I have a laundry basket heaping full, and a 2'x2'x3' boulder that needs to be busted apart. Thought I'd make a deal at LFS for trade
How much do you have? The reason I'm looking for bigger pieces is to fill a 20 gallon extra high near the top without worrying about stability. But, I'm sure I can glue smaller pieces together. Once I get the rock placed, I'll add a few java ferms. That should be enough to make a good home for a colony of shrimp.I have a bunch of black lava I could unload, but the biggest pieces are 6". Not sure how you break lava rock without it being very jagged and unnatural looking. Black lava is usually pretty smooth and good for all fish.