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    Ive been pretty busy with my mom & pops selecting and buying their last home as they are pretty old now. Here's their new home. The backyard is my favorite. What do you guys think?












  • #2
    Nice place

    Colin
    120 BB w/20g BB side tank, 29g sump, (2) 250w RO III, 14k AC, Bluewave VII ballast, Deltec 851, Panworld 150 return, (2) 6000 Streams w/controller, AC II Controller w/(2) DC4, GEO 618 CR.

    If at first it doesn't fit get a bigger hammer - Beat to fit paint to match

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    • #3
      Thats so awesome.
      65 SPS
      692Watts
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      Current Pride and Joy-Red Sea Regal Angelfish

      ZEO - Phase 2

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      • #4
        Nice place.. I'm thinking a 225gal at least, in-wall FO w/ BK-300.. automate the whole thing and do water changes for them remotely once a month.. just get pops to put salt in the mixing tub for you.

        rich

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        • #5
          wow thats really nice wheare is that?

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          • #6
            Wow, thats very very nice! If we only have that kinda property in Singapore! Come to think of it, we do have some which has a waterway as a backyard but it will cost a cool US$3Mil minimum I think!
            Farish

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            • #7
              Actually.. my dad like corals a lot. But of course, all softies.

              This is in Houston, TX (US).

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              • #8
                nice house/area,
                never saw water ways like that, are those chanels man mad ? is it ocean water?

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                • #9
                  Heinz, its man made. The entire neighborhood is made this way. Every house gets a share of the "lake".

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                  • #10
                    Man,thats my dream house right there

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                    • #11
                      Edward - what part of town is that in? It looks like a couple of the subdivisions around here.

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                      • #12
                        I wonder how many bags of salt it would take to make the channels a man-made reef?
                        Fish eat poop....tastes just like chicken.

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                        • #13
                          Thanks Guys. Mike, its off of 290/Cypress Rosehill.. VERY west of Houston.

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                          • #14
                            Ah, way out there. They are building so much out that way - that's why we moved closer in. When Coles Crossing started filling up, my commute time went from 25 minutes to over an hour.

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                            • #15
                              Beautiful place! My grandparents are out in Katy - was out there this past Thanksgiving, and saw new construction similar to your parents. I was amazed at the cost. It is seriously tempting to pack up and head south!
                              --Matt

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