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ornate12
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PostSubject: getting back home   12/27/2010, 11:54 pm

Hello Everyone! I'm not sure if this is the right area to post this topic. I just got back in town
from the Xmas Holidays. I flew back from Arizona, all I could think of Was if the fishnwere going to be OK when I return. The temperature here is about 32 degrees. I was sooo very Happy that everything was fine. All fish looked good. Only one of the pairs , the female got a bit torn up.
I'm very happy that all is good. It's really a shame that I mostly talked about my fish back home to all my relatives. And the sad part is, their not into fish. Anyway I just thought I would share this. I'm sure there's few who may feel the same. Happy Holidays!
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PostSubject: Re: getting back home   12/28/2010, 12:04 am

welcome home!
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CSnyder00
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Favorite Fish: : Luwino Reef Zebra Chilumba, Ocellatus, Any bright-colored freshwater cichlid

PostSubject: Re: getting back home   12/28/2010, 4:46 am

You are in the same boat we are. A lot of people get to hear about my fish before I realize that they are not interested, so you are not alone. Glad to hear that they are all doing well!
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PostSubject: Re: getting back home   12/28/2010, 9:05 am

Yup i'm on that boat!

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PostSubject: Re: getting back home   12/28/2010, 12:07 pm

hey, great that you had a super holiday with family... and yes, we all are all alike in our constant talk about fish... even if they arent interested.. lol hahha. glad all your fish were okay.. yesterday most of lafayette and some places in new ibiera was without power... esp with the super cold front...

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PostSubject: Re: getting back home   12/28/2010, 12:19 pm

I feel ya..my family is not into fish as i am..glad you made it safe home

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PostSubject: Re: getting back home   12/28/2010, 11:12 pm

Cool !!
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PostSubject: Re: getting back home   12/29/2010, 12:27 am

This is your Fish Family 1 thing is for sure we all are here because we are into the hobby my family thinks I am the crazy fish guy I forgive them because it is a special,unique, acquired desire to enjoy this fishy business glad you had a Great holiday and safe return home to your fish.I talked about all my fish and equipment to my relatives as well they all were not in to it either hell even got a few wise cracks from them.Like "bring that Fluval 305 filter over here my coffee maker is broke and make us some gourmet coffee"or "Is that 305 Fluval manual or automatic"or "You've got so many tanks and fish surprised VA dept inland fisheries and wildlife haven't shut you down"I know not funny had to be there any how It's no other feeling that you get when you walk through the door to a place you call or feel at Home
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PostSubject: Re: getting back home   12/29/2010, 7:12 am

Welcome back!! party
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