Buying a house for my fish?

sheilashoelady

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My husband and I are in the process of house hunting for our first home! Is it bad that when I find a house I like, I want to go back and get a water sample from the tap to test? Oh, the life of a fish keeper.
 

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LOL!!! Well, when we start looking again in the near future, I'll be focused more on the space for the aquariums and viewing area. Water quality is less of a concern with my Christmas addition of an RO unit!
 
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sheilashoelady

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utkgreg said:
LOL!!! Well, when we start looking again in the near future, I'll be focused more on the space for the aquariums and viewing area. Water quality is less of a concern with my Christmas addition of an RO unit!
The place we are interested in is 3 times bigger than the house we are renting, so there will be no shortage of space! At least, not for a while...

Hooray for awesome Christmas additions!!
 

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Three times bigger?!?! My MTS would go in to overdrive. I've been walking around the condo today trying to figure out where I could fit a 15g tall that I noticed on CraigsList... comes with oak stand, hood and light for $40. I just don't know where I would put it!
 

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I live in a smaller house now but you're lucky you are house hunting.

My buddies and I are saving up to build a couple of houses of our own on a piece of land here but to do so I'll be living in a tiny, itty bitty trailer on the land...so the fish will be in storage. D:
 
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