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TerryN68
Crofton, MD
(Zone 7a)

March 12, 2001
3:21 PM

Post #2257

What a great weekend!! I cleaned out the bio-filter. Mucked out my veggie filter and beach area. Got the skimmer back on-line. Inspected all the plants. Found a sleeping frog and some new growth on a couple plants.

I'm soooooooooo ready for Spring. LOL!


Even better,we may move to Florida. From zone 7 to zone 9! I could garden all year long and grow all those tropical plants that just don't make it here in Maryland. YYipppeee!!

Thanks for listening... :)
T
AJC

March 12, 2001
4:26 PM

Post #57575

Its a dirty job too, cleaning out the filters, i like the sound of moveing to a warmer climate to grow tropicals, tried it here, didnt do to well this winter.

Alan.

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