All the images from MACNA have been edited and sorted, and are now available online. FYI, there are over 13 megs in images, and another 9 megs in video.
Everything has been spread out over several pages, so even dial-up should be okay.
I'm off to MACNA in Washington DC for the next few days. I hope to come home with lots of great pictures. :)
A DFWMAS club member helped me with some HTML code for this blog, so that the archives are neat and tidy in a pull-down window.
I made a new webpage just to document the Pico tank.
I did a 54g water change on the 280g, and cleaned out the sump of all detritus. The skimmer was cleaned as well, and it was nice to discover how easily the Sedra pumps disassemble for cleaning.
I remember when my site was quietly doing its thing. I just checked the statistics for the first four months of this year, and melevsreef.com received about 8,000,000 hits; in other words a lot of traffic. It translates into 340 gigs of traffic, guys. Amazing!
Our club is going to have a one day conference on March 26, 2005!
If you are within a few hours drive of Ft Worth, Tx, you are welcome to attend. Our club is flying in four speakers to share their knowledge with the hobbyists!
Last night at our club meeting, the election to choose the new president for DFWMAS took place. This is the first election in the history of the club, as two people ran for office. The members voted, and I'm the new president. :)