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My fish tank...

Snail eating algae off the water heater...
Piece of drift wood...
Got some new baby zebra apple snails...
Lily pads... of some sort that float at the top...
Hard to take pics of the fish cause they are fast...
Nosey little cichlid...
Note the upside down clam shell... got that when I was kayaking with 2 of my favorite ladies... Mrs. D and Tara.. xo and it is full of seaglass I collected from the beach with them...

I think these little buggers are eating my plants...
Note the torn up edges of this leaf...

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  1. Your fish tanks looks so clean. I love how you decorated it.

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  2. Love your fish tank.. That sicksta of mine and niece are very special.. So are you!!

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  3. I love it too... keep adding and changing things... just got some baby cherry shrimp last week... it is so relaxing to sit and watch... and fun to take care of. Pretty low maintenance.

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and away we go....

we went up north this past weekend with our friends jeremy and angela... we decided to do some EXTREME LEAF PEEPING... it was a great time... lots of beauty up north i tell ya... i'd recommend the drive! where's waldo?
i took this picture from up on a mountain so it's not that clear.. the sun was directly across from us...

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This is not my post but I loved it and thought it was such a helpful tip to those of us that love to cook!  The original link is here: http://www.thekitchn.com/freeze-herbs-in-olive-oil-173648  

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