At some point every reef keeper has the experience of driving by a home and noticing the telltale “BLUE GLOW” emanating from a family room window. The glow that says “A reef keeper lives here”. At that moment one feels a certain joy, a bond is created, a connection is made. One comes to the realization that within those walls resides a kindred spirit, A fellow guardian of “THE BLUE GLOW”
Last edited by schminksbro; 01-01-2010 at 11:39 AM.
I had a brave young sole come to the door and ask to see my tank. He was walking by my house for a few weeks and finally had the grapefruits to come and knock on the door. I respectfully declined to let the stranger in my home. I then I asked myself , I let a bunch of reefers in my home that I have never met before from the selling forum's . Oh well , better safe than sorry.Good thread though.
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