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Old 10-24-2006, 08:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hey guys

U are all local, so you may like this. I am starting to sell off my extra Manzanita wood (i am getting more later this month). I am testing the waters as far as interest, and may be doing it a bit more seriously after a while. Check out the thread in the buy/sell:

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Old 10-24-2006, 10:09 AM   #2 (permalink)
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you don't happen to have any small pieces, like for a 10 or 5 gallon, do you?
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Great looking wood however, I suspect by the time the various carriers got the stuff to Alberta it would be kindling or worse yet, tinder.
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Cassie, sorry dont have any small pieces. But these are super branchy, get one bigger one and you can setup 3-4 smaller tank with the branches. I am setting up a new 30-35 g tank and will use one of these broken up into smaller pieces as the wood.

Vic, there is a reason why this is a SCAPE forum (So Cal area)

BTW, I just checked with the guys at Manzanita.com and the prices are VERY Reasonable even by their standards. These are 5 foot long pieces for most of them. I was told for something this big, it would cost more to ship than the pieces. The smaller 4 foot pieces they charge $50 plus about $15-20 shipping, so this is still much better.
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me too i need some woods for 10 Gallon. But all are in large sized
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Thanks for posting here, Paradise. I almost cross posted it while at work
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Cassie, xcooper, we could get a piece and then break it up amongst ourselves, if you both want to...
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Yeah, you guys, you can. I also just posted some discount info. Also I will be getting in the next two weeks some weird shape pieces, smaller and bigger stuff, maybe some roots. I am going to the source, because I need some for myself as I am setting up a new "AGA-like" tank in the next two weeks, so I will be looking for a centerpiece for myself and more. For now, these break up really well.
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yeah we can do that, epicfish and cassie, but who gonna pick up the woods?
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#2 and 4 are pending (not 100% sure, need to get a quote to NJ, will see).
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