[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Thanks for: Re: Colisa Sota (really off topic) [OT]
Great!!!,,, and thanks to everyone for the answers and help.
A bit of history:
I'm from central Washington state, and just getting back into fish, model
planes and other odd hobbies after taking an interesting side venture of
helping to raise a couple of largish mammals to adult status. (that'd be
the kids ;-)) And people think fish and dog food is expensive!
I knew the off topic post was the right thing to do. Great people, Great
group. Just lurking I even found out where A. gardneri went,,, I guess
that dates me a bit. I never had much of a problem with them jumping back
when,,, always kept the tanks a couple of inches down from full,,, with
lots of floating stuff, dark gravel, room was dim, and quiet, lights were
incandescent in hoods. Mostly box filters, but the community tanks all had
behind the tank filters of one kind or another. Way more current than most
folks like. Plenty of potted and planted stuff to give still water in at
least 1/2 the tank. And I'm one of the folks that has had good success
with under gravel filters,,, Guess from the current popular press I'm one
of the lucky ones ;-)
So,,, as long as I'm on a roll,,, anyone know where a few Brown & Sharp
No11 taper end mill holders can be had for cheap? (ok,,, that's stretching
it a bit ;-))
At 09:15 AM 9/8/00 -0500, you wrote:
>The best fish store in central Illinois in my opinion is Sailfin Pet Shop
>located in Champaign IL.
but Aquarium Stock in Beverly Hills had a tank full
of honey gouramis when I left a few months back. Great looking fish.
and:Steve Lundblad has some at his store. They look great. Contact him at
doogie at paclink_com
Maybe he would ship you some. He does ship fish all over the country.
See http://www.aka.org/AKA/subkillietalk.html to unsubscribe