NANFA-- big aquarium in greenhouse
Wed, 7 Apr 2004 01:43:16 EDT

BG, I did a few drawings and I figured out I will need 21 sheets of 3/8"
plywood, exterior grade, and if I use it all the most efficient way possible using
the salvaged glass I can make a 1800 gallon aquarium in the greenhouse at the
back of my garage. I'm sure it will also take several gallons of polyester
resin and several more gallons of epoxy resin. It will be 10' long 8' wide and
3' tall I can put lots of Cape Fear spadderdocks in it from Lake Waccamaw and a
couple of cypress trees and a two foot wide 1 foot deep rim across the back
for swamp bushes and plants. Now all I need is some helpers who work very cheap
and about $1000 dollars. but wouldn't that be a fine aquarium? Almost as cool
as the 3000 gallon one I built about 21 years ago.

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