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November 4, 2007 at 5:57 am #1306boggs32Member
Just wanted to say hi! I\’m new to the forum and almost a new seahorse owner. I currently have a 75 gallon saltwater predator-reef and I can\’t wait to add my lovely seahorses in to the tank…. just kidding 😛 They will have their own seperate tank of course! I may have some questions in the upcoming weeks/months so I thought I would say hi and familiarize myself with some of the members on these forums.
So HI everyone!
RickyNovember 4, 2007 at 10:02 am #3872Pete GiwojnaGuest
Howdy, Ricky — welcome aboard! As an experienced marine aquarist, I’m sure you’ll make an excellent seahorse keeper.
I am one of the moderators for this discussion forum, and we would welcome any questions or observations you may have in the coming weeks and months.
In the meantime, you can search the forum for any information in which you have an interest. There is a rectangular window in the upper right-hand corner (just above the page numbers) on the forum with the words "search forum" in it. Just type the word or phrase you are looking for into that window and press "Enter" on your keyboard, and the results of your search will pop up in just a few moments. Feel free to browse and read the discussions on the club for as long as you like (lurking is strongly encouraged) and then join in when you are comfortable with the group and how the forum operates.
Best wishes with all your fishes, Ricky!
Pete GiwojnaNovember 5, 2007 at 5:01 am #3873boggs32Guest
Thanks a lot for the warm welcome and wonderful forum Pete! I’m really digging the site so far and look forward to being a regular posting member as time allows. Other than the full time job of keeping a fish aquarium, I also work full time at the University of Georgia and I’m part time in the College of Student Affairs and Administration academic program here as well. Not to mention I’m getting married next saturday! With all of that, my online time is limited but once things settle down I’ll get my new tank set up and will be a regular.
RickyNovember 6, 2007 at 4:27 am #3874Pete GiwojnaGuest
You’re very welcome, sir! I’m looking forward to your input when you have the time to participate regularly. It certainly does sound like you have a lot of irons in the fire at the moment, and I completely understand select why your spare time is at a such a premium right now.
Best of luck with all of your studies, sir, and my heartiest congratulations to you and your fiancé on the upcoming wedding!
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