- Just starting out in the reef world.
- Carroll County, Maryland
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on 01-21-2010 at 04:46 PM
I know some people on here wanted to see some pics of my basement after describing it and the "friends" that live down there. Well I still am undecided about tanks down there but this weekend I will install my RO/DI.
My unused tanks:
My tree trunk floor joists:
An exhaust fan that I am sure can be incorporated into a tank:
on 01-20-2010 at 07:47 AM
So right before New Year's Eve I had to go out to Terre Haute, Indiana. I hate going out there but was obliged for family business so we rented a car and made the 10 hour drive(620 miles). My wife actually looking for something to do out there other then do the normal sight seeing(a ton of stuff in town is named after my family but is pretty boring) looked up some things. She found this place there called inland aquatics, I thought OK a nice fish store to waste an hour in. Holy crap was I wrong.
on 01-13-2010 at 08:15 AM
So after asking the wife about my bookshelf tank she nixed the idea. She did mention though I can put whatever I want in the cellar after I clean it and move the treadmill and exercise bike down there. Now some questions. I have a house built in 1880, the cellar really is a "cellar" think creepy rock walls and stuff like in a horror movie. It has a concrete floor that is not exactly level. There are also some black rat snakes that like to dwell in there in the spring before moving out
on 01-12-2010 at 12:51 PM
So my wife is between semesters right now in college and only interns one day a week. She has now taken it upon herself to redo our office. This is a small room that has some terrible carpet and just plain pain walls. She has already ripped the carpet up and discovered what we though, nice wood floor that matches the hallway, although a little beaten up and scratched(I will sand it another time). She has already painted one coat on the room after filling all the minor holes in the wall and dents.
on 01-11-2010 at 09:32 AM
I was going to set up my 33 gallon as a reef. I have decided to put this on hold for a little bit. I have the 33 gallon. I also have few other pieces, a 700 gallon overflow kit, a mag 7 pump, a reef octopus rated for 250 gallons(I know), and some other odds and ends. My new plan is to redo my 30 gallon freshwater tiger barb tank first. I will upgrade them to the 33 gallon with a smaller overflow kit and return pump. I will also get some much needed experience building a sump out