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milesmiles902

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About milesmiles902

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    Enumclaw, Washington
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    Saltwater Aquariums, Micro-controllers, and Gardening

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  1. Here are the rules: • One photo entry per person • Pic has to be taken by you • Must be in by the posted deadline • Must follow subject guidelines for the month Winners will be determined based upon a voting poll with results after the submission deadline. This months subject: Coral - Before and After. i.e. a photo of the coral when it was small and a frag, then one when it became a colony - Any coral Deadline: December 1st, 11:59 pm
  2. Please vote once! Voting Closes: November 5th @ 11:59 pm
  3. That's humungous. You better post pictures on the build.
  4. How is this an easy shape? Aren't those sheets 8' x 4' ft? The length has to be the 6' dimension and the width is coming to 5' with the long walls (2' + 1.5' + 1.5'). Also, where you picking it up? One of these days, I am still planning my acrylic build.
  5. In all life-or-death situations, we should all donate our corals to PNWMAS for raffles/funds or to @badxgillen. Who else is going to take care of them? You know? In my opinion, the community will take best care of them. @SuncrestReef Just let your family know that any local fish store would also likely be able to send out a technician for help and maintenance.
  6. I asked myself this everyday when I had my tank.
  7. If you sell coral frags, it might lower the long-term losses. Some memes for this moment:
  8. Mother, Public Official, Cancer Survivor, Purple Heart Aquarium Veteran, Cookie Baker - Gil&Fin.
  9. @Raj , welcome! We like to call ourselves enthusiast. Here's a map of other enthusiasts in your area: http://www.pnwmas.org/membermap/ where you can put yourself on the map. It also has locations of a variety of things, including fish stores, public aquariums, and aquarium manufacturers. As @Gumby stated, we have the NW Frag Fest coming up, Bob Moore in February/March and many monthly meetings that are posted in Meetings and Events. Also, Picture of the Month is another thing we are heavily involved with. You can see past winners and upcoming contestants in the Show Off/Picture of the Month thread. We do our best to promote sustainability in the hobby with members breeding clown fish, propagating coral and helping out with Tanks for Teachers for K-12 students to learn about how to maintain a healthy ocean ecosystem. You can also get involved with borrowing our member only PAR meter: At last, welcome to the Pacific Northwest Marine Aquarium Society! Thank you for being a paid member.
  10. In my experience, these days - it is more common to see ozone run on extremely large tanks i.e. public displays or large in-home works of art. Small tanks can survive without it. I almost feel like ozone is the beat-all-end-all way to deter bacteria or other water-born lifeforms. ^explained it well.
  11. Congratulations on being a father.
  12. I'll take care of it. I'm in Seattle daily. We could talk about your routine and the best way to manage stability in person...or you could just break it down. Both are possible, including having your trusted local fish store maintain it. I've done it a couple times and had a couple aquariums in my life too. I understand your pain.
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