Discussion in 'Member Tanks' started by FarmerTy, Jul 22, 2015.
its absolutely STUNNING Ty.
Thank you! He was fun to chase!
First and foremost, I admire your previous and current aquariums and most of all your unique skills! I will be following a similar methodology as I will be starting a reef aquarium! Second, where did you get those gloves?
Thanks Fedeuma! I appreciate you following along. It was funny to see your progress while reading through the build thread over the last couple of days based on your likes along the way.
I love the gloves but holy moly do they STINK!
stop letting water in
I was going to say, did you check if there was a dead fish in one of them? Mine never stunk.
I mean out of the box. They are a little less stinky now but they smelled like straight chemicals. The reviews on them say the same thing and I didn't think it could be as bad they were saying but they might be worse, lol.
The wife got them for me on Christmas and after I opened them she made me put them outside.
Ahhh, makes sense. I was thinking the whole time you might have a dead chromis in the thumb section.
What a gorgeous fish!
Drop dead gorgeous! Its beauty is unparalleled! I wish I would have gotten one a long time ago!
MAN! I've read some build threads before but how can I put it... the inner peace, tranquility, immense knowledge, and your unique methodology left me speechless. The tone of voice throughout the thread was nothing short of magnificent! You revived a somewhat dormant or suspended love for reefing! You give novice/amateurs like myself hope to one day come close to having a beautiful reef aquarium as yours! I read your thread while at work when things got slow. Every time I got busy I will rush to finished the job at hand so I can go back and keep reading! LOL! All I can say is THANK YOU!
You are too kind and I'm glad to hear you're back to a love affair with reefing again! Thanks for following along!
Installed a light lift for my ATI fixture to make it much easier to pull it up and out of the way while working in the tank.
Thanks to @Sierra_Bravo for the idea and on top of that, offering to help install it when he came to pick up frags. I say I helped but I just stood there, handed him tools, and viola, 20 mins later it was installed.
I accidentally ordered two but I'm liking it so much that I'm going to install the extra one over my frag tank.
ORA Chips acro... A classic coral having fun whipping around in the current.
Looks to be pretty darn happy!
I think something is wrong with your tank... your polyps are trying to escape.
, get us out of here!
Can you tell us a little more about your flow? How often is it that strong, is it always random, etc.
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