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95 wave move down south

TTTony

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Just wanted to say thank you and goodbye to all the Hudson Valley reefers , great people, great meetings. So I had to move down south to Georgia. I decided to bring my fish with me ! I was lucky enough so far to transport my tank inside the back of my SUV , and the cabinet and sump strapped down to a small trailer hitch, along with 40 pounds of new gravel rinsed . and inside 3-40 gallon Rubbermaid’s with live rock and clown fish with air Pumps and 2 mp10 Running off a 750 watt inverter, the only casualty was a 1 mp 10 that shorted out. After three days in the garage at 79° room temperature I was able to transfer and reset up the tank, than I had to wait another day because one of the bulkheads was leaking and I had to go to a local high-end shop for a new bulkhead

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I’m about 45 minutes north, I’ve been to the aquarium already, it’s breathtaking to see the whale sharks, and the reef tank is spectacular.
My sea Anemomes see to be rebounding big time, unfortunately the giant xxxl soft green coral has detached and broke up into smaller peaces
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but seems like it will come back .
 

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