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    daveverdo

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    I am getting back into the hobby after nearly 30 years away. Boy have things changed. Back when I had my saltwater set running in the 70's it was unheard of for a home hobbiest to keep coral. I am looking forward to setting up a small 30g fowlr tank. Thanks in advance for all the tips and help I expect to get from this group.

    Dave
     
    daveverdo, Aug 17, 2006
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    kimoy CERTIFIED BUM

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    welcome aboard...
     
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    bkv1997

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    Welcome. Please let us know if we can help with anything.
     
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    jhnrb

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    Welcome to the site. I hope your time here is educational, informative, and fun. talk to ya soon.
     
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    Welcome to the site. The hobby seems to change every day so I can imagine what the difference it like after 30 years of being out of it. I hope you enjoy getting back into it.
     
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    Chris

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    Welcome to the forums!
     
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