Build acrylic wares, ordering all sorts of stuff for the new shop page, getting the booth together for a nice representation at the show. Busy busy non-stop busy! Tank sitter coming over tonight to go over the little details to watch for.
The biggest news of the year is that my club is hosting MACNA in 2012. A group of us attended Des Moines MACNA last weekend to promote our event, and GIRS (the Greater Iowa Reef Society) were excellent hosts. This is the video we shared.
A few new corals have been purchased over the past couple of months, and images will be posted soon. November was a very busy month for me as DFWMAS had a number of events take place... my job as membership coordinator keeps me on my toes... and of course preparing for the club functions to help them run smoothly. I even had the opportunity to visit a couple of clubs, and will be heading to Houston next weekend for their Dec 12th meeting to talk about Reef Photography.
From September 25 - 27, 2009, over 1,100 hobbyists from across the nation and abroad flew in to enjoy this year's Marine Aquarium Conference of North America. And in record time, all the pictures have been edited and uploaded to my site.
If you weren't able to attend this year, this is what you missed: MACNA XXI
This is what I came home with.
I've added a new page to my site, specifically for the items I sell. Some people get confused and think I run a LFS (local fish store) or that I sell all sorts of stuff. I focus primarily on RO/DI water filtration, but do acrylic work as well. So here is the new page, which you will see as a new button on many of my pages, as well as by this graphic on the front page of my site:
It took a while to get the images edited and the page complete - My trip to Cleveland:
Denver Colorado, here I come! February 23, the Rocky Mountain Reef Club is having a full day event, and I'm scheduled as one of the speakers that day. If you are in Colorado, it isn't too late to sign up.
All the pictures from the Austin Tank Tour are uploaded. Combined, I'd figure there are some 40 megs worth of pictures, divided over multiple pages. Enjoy. :)
The MACNA pages should go online in the near future as well.
So MACNA was awesome. I had a great time in Pittsburgh and saw many of my online friends each day. I came home with handful of goodies for my reef.