You may not see me for now, but I'll be back...

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 0morrokh, May 22, 2006.

  1. 0morrokhFishlore VIPMember

    Well, with my brother's baseball season I haven't been on here in forever, and once summer starts I'll be really busy. So, you may not hear from me as much until the fall. :( But I'll try to get on here as much as possible.

  2. chickadeeFishlore VIPMember

    We will miss you, but have a good summer and come see us when you can.

    Have fun setting up that new tank!!

    See you later, have fun this summer.


  3. ebbandflowValued MemberMember

    ...already started missing you 0morrokh... :'(. I was wondering where you were. I've been on a lot less often too cuz ive been real busy. How is it that im more busy in the summer? Oh well. Good luck with the outdoor container pond (I dont know if your still tryin that idea but you inspired me!)

  4. GunnieWell Known MemberMember

    You will definately be missed. Come on when you can! ;)
  5. ButterflyModeratorModerator Member

    5.gif already!
  6. atmmachine816Fishlore VIPMember

    we'l miss you, and here goes all the kids.
  7. 0morrokhFishlore VIPMember

    You guys are all so nice! My Grandma is coming Friday so you probably won't hear from me for the next 2 weeks. I'll try to get on whenever I can.

    Ebbandflow--my brain finally took over and there is no way I could keep fish outside here in Minnesota (it's below zero in the winter). But I'm still thinking about using a container inside. It would be so much cheaper than a tank. hmmm...
  8. ebbandflowValued MemberMember

    yeah... and you could have soooo many fish (ok... im drooling). i think im gonna do that too. inside would be much better... less to worry about I think.
  9. 0morrokhFishlore VIPMember

    Yeah there's no way you could keep fish outside in a temperate climate. I was just dreaming. But inside I think it would be possible. The main issue is figuring out how to rig lights over it. Let me know if you do anything.
  10. MarcWell Known MemberMember

    You could always chain a normal fixture to the ceiling.
  11. 0morrokhFishlore VIPMember

    Great how do you do that? Screw hooks into the ceiling, and hang the light from it by a rope? Would that hold it? Wow, I don't know why I didn't think of that myself...I've even seen pictures of tank setups where they did that somehow. ::)
  12. MarcWell Known MemberMember

    Well, I'm sure if you have a somewhat technically/construction orientated relative they'd help. Just screw the hooks into the ceiling and attach the fixture to either rope or chain. If you buy a special fixture (like metal hallides) they sometimes come with a spot to connect just like that. Otherwise you could drill or attach brackets or something to it and attach it that way.
  13. 0morrokhFishlore VIPMember

    Hmmm, I wonder if I could pull this off... ;D

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