It's been a very long time since I have updated, so this is well over due.
First things first, due to all of Melev's tank troubles I have had to work with Marineland in resolving some possible issues. As you know I was mimicking Melev's tank design but using my own dimensions. Kevin over at Marineland has been working very hard with me to ensure that all will be ok.
I did give thoughts about scrapping the whole big tank idea, But things just didn't seem proportional.
I got some more goodies in from Premium Aquatics.
Guys if you have not ever checked these guys out, you are doing a disservice to yourselves. Jason over there is phenomenal, they always try to get your order out the same day and keep you informed on any items that may not ship due to back order or a late supply. I ordered these item on Tuesday and they were waiting on my door step this afternoon.
This is what I got today:
240 lbs of
Last Thursday we closed on the new house in Charlotte. The family and I went to the mountains of NC for the weekend and I snuck down to the Atlanta Reef Club for their frag swap and presentations. The swap was great, lots of fraggers and some vendors with their products up on display. Not only were they there to help explain their products but many of them contributed to the raffle. The presentations were on sumps, plumbing, and aquascaping. Marc Levenson spent about two hours on his topic
Well unfortunately the Family and I have decided that we have to move into the city of Charlotte, NC. This will eliminate her just over an hour commute. That being said, I am going to have to tear down the tank and sell it to the highest bidder.
Fortunately I have never been happy with the current tank, and so it is with pleasure, a lot of begging, and a little whining, That I have just finalized
Got three new additions for the tank. They are happy and healthy little guys, though their exact names I do not know.
first is this guy
then this one I think is encrusting montipora
fraggle rock guy