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Old November 5th 03, 09:52 PM
Donald Kerns
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Default Moving day


With the average outside temperature dropping significantly below 60 deg
F it was time to move Hans, my tub garden red/white comet inside. (We
lost Frans (white/red) to a raccoon several weeks ago.)

So Hans is now in a 25 gal tall in the garage. Thermostat set for 66 deg
F. One pre-cycled Penguin 170 and one "newish" Penquin 170. Also moved
the anachris from the tub.

Did the normal temperature and water equalization dance. I'll just have
to see how he does.

Fingers crossed,

Man, I wish somebody would move ME with the seasons like that... Da fish
have it good.

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