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Hi Gang
Been into freshwater and brackish fish since I got a 15 gal aquarium "kit" for Christmas at age 15.
That was many moons ago and I'm still learning.....:D
Look forward to a lot of reading here.
 

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Welcome :)

If you want to attend a local club meeting, the Kitchener-Waterloo Aquarium Society is meeting on Tuesday February 4
Tony Bernard will be talking about his trip to Lake Tanganyika in East Africa.
See our website for more club details such as meeting location:
www.kwas.ca

There are several members from Guelph, maybe carpooling can be arranged ;)
 

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Also when you get bored of freshwater, head on down to the saltwater section and have yourself a blast with the guys and gals that eat salt for breakfast :)

Welcome to the forums
 

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Thanks Gang!
I appreciate your offers and I'm sure I'll take you up on most of them. ;) :D
 

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I know Rockwood ! Nice place, my best pal from college lived there for years. Welcome, it's always great to see new members here.
 

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I know Rockwood ! Nice place, my best pal from college lived there for years. Welcome, it's always great to see new members here.
Small world FishFur!
Can you post his name?? I might know him?! :D
 

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Not a him. And I wouldn't post her name without asking her first. She moved to Durham a few years ago. Used to live in a second floor walkup on the main street, near the park, with a store underneath it.

Btw, love that shrimp pic !
 

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LOL...not a problem. ;)
I know exactly where she lived.
Thanks for the warm welcome. :)
 

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NP.. The unit she had was really nice. It was the one with the very high ceiling on the one side, like a shed roof. She had a ton of framed art, and that super high ceiling allowed her to make it resemble a gallery. I used to spend weekends there, we'd schlep around the countryside checking the markets and antique places.
 

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The building she lived in now has a coffee bar (go figure...) below it.
It's situated across the road from Waterfoul Park and just up from the river.
There is actually an antique store now up the street in the opposite direction, just down from Saunders Bakery.
Come on back sometime.....:)
 

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Oh, she'd have loved a coffee bar ! Coffee addict.. as I was, 'til it ceased to agree with me. I should swing by one day.. been a long time since I was in the area.
 
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