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Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by sfpatentcat, Feb 16, 2011.
Mario, thank you for explaining the staining process. Here are photos of the stand being built:
Nice tank..and good job building the stand Mario !
One more rock...
Congratulations Cathy, you found the slippery slope. Great tank.
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Today, the facilities people ordered me to remove the tank.
That sucks...even better, you can move it into your place and enjoy it more than ever
Your a lawyer.
Can't you get an extension?
What was their excuse, a Tsunami?
Man that sucks. Hope you will be taking it home and not breaking it down.
Nice tank, hope you get to keep it and bring it home with you.
That stand looks so very nice with those dual opening doors.
BOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - That just sucks! |(
I had to relocate the Solana from my office to the house. Had a scare when one of the cardinals was missing after we had packed up the corals and rocks. It was hiding in the silt at the very bottom of the tank and was fine. Everyone at the office (except the facilities manager) misses the tank.
The craziest part of the move was having a lady steal my packed file box (with lid) when I turned my back for 30 seconds to carry buckets to the car. Inside the file box was the Giesemann pendant, ballast, skimmer and topoff containers. The lady dumped all the equipment onto the sidewalk, and walked away with the box protecting her head from the rain! When I asked her to hand over my box, and asked why she took it, she said she thought it was filled with trash |(
Here are some photos taken this week:
The city is funny that way.
Leave a box on the sidewalk.
Glad the move went OK.
Looks nice in the new location, but I bet it was more fun in the office.
Well it looks like the move went fine. I am glad you confronted the lady about why she did it.
I hope she doesn't work for you folks - give her the evil eye the next time you see her.