Pre-March 1996

Subject: Re: Bonsai Sources in the Southeast
From: Jean Conway <econway@NMSU.EDU>
Date: 1995/04/19
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On Wed, 19 Apr 1995, Hillyard, Richard wrote:
> I am looking for sources of Bonsai and supplies in the southeast, primarily
> the Atlanta, Georgia area. I also am looking for Bonsai publications as
> well. I have been out of the hobby for 22 years, have moved and am just
> getting back in. Any help is appreciated.
>
> Rick Hillyard
> email: RKH1@OPSIRM1.EM.CDC.GOV
> Atlanta, Georgia

>

Try Plant City Bonsai in Gainesville GA (about 20 minutes from downtown Atlanta) and Monastery Bonsai in Conyers. I've been to both and both are reasonably priced and the folks are friendly--and know their stuff.

If it's pots you're after, the Monastery has probably the largest selection I've ever seen. They claim it's the largest selection in the U.S. and I believe them. (Monks wouldn't lie, would they?) They also have an extensive selection of tools, books, videotapes and accessories.

Both advertise in Bonsai Today magazine.


Subject: WWW> Atlanta Area Aquarium Association
From: Gleason Sackman <sackman@plains.nodak.edu>
Date: 1995/07/10
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Date: Sun, 9 Jul 1995 15:33:38 -0500
From: Richard Hillyard
Subject: Atlanta Area Aquarium Association
fshttp://www.atlcom.net/~rmh1/aaaa.html

Atlanta Area Aquarium Association homepage. Information about our meetings and dues with a schedule of upcoming events. Also includes the latest newsletter and links to other aquarium related sites.


Subject: Re: Discus Mailing List/Newsgroup
From: rick <rmh1@future.atlcom.net>
Date: 1995/07/25
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Hung Phu <hphu@bangate.compaq.com> wrote:
>Is there a Discus newsgroup or mailing list? Thanks for any info.
>
>


Subject: Re: Discus Mailing List/Newsgroup
From: rick <rmh1@future.atlcom.net>
Date: 1995/07/25
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There are many aquarium related lists. The Atlanta Area Aquarium Association has a homepage with links to many of these lists. I believe the Discus list is there. Check it out at:
http://www.atlcom.net/~rmh1/aaaa.html

Later


Subject: Re: Discus Mailing List/Newsgroup
From: rick <rmh1@future.atlcom.net>
Date: 1995/07/25
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I found the discus list.

List Name Server Address What to Send as Message Body

Discus-L listserv@mitvma.mit.edu SUBSCRIBE Discus-L

Later,
Rick
Http://www.atlcom.net/~rmh1/rick.html


Subject: Re: Which types of ciclids are very active?
From: rick <rmh1@future.atlcom.net>
Date: 1995/07/25
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I am not a cichlid expert but there are some links to Cichlid info at:

http://www.atlcom.net/~rmh1/aaaa.html

Later


Subject: Re: Internet Resources:Aquaria
From: rick <rmh1@future.atlcom.net>
Date: 1995/08/06
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grenard@herpmed.com wrote:
>
>I would deeply appreciate it if you could point the undersigned to
>any and all internet resources on aquaria especially www.sites and
>mail lists. Thank you.
>
>I would like to put this info on my webpage.
>
>Steve Grenard
>grenard@herpmed.com
>

The Atlanta Area Aquarium Association has a homepage at:

http://www.atlcom.net/~rmh1/aaaa.html
There is information on aquaria as well as links to many other aquaria related sites.


Subject: Re: Links to Public Aquariums (corrected)
From: rick <rmh1@future.atlcom.net>
Date: 1995/08/12
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We have added an extensive number of links to homepages of public aquariums at our site. Go to:

http://www.atlcom.net/~rmh1/aaaa.html

to follow any of these links.


Subject: Links to Public Aquariums
From: rick <rmh1@future.atlcom.net>
Date: 1995/08/12
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We have added an extensive number of links to homepages of public aquariums at our site. Go to:

http://www.atlcom.net/~rmh1/aaaa/html

to follow any of these links.


Subject: Atlanta Area Aquarium Association Home Page and Meeting
From: afn30721@afn.org
Date: 1996/01/02
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The Atlanta Area Aquarium Association has their homepage at:

http://www.atlcom.net/~rmh1/aaaa.html

They will be holding their monthly meeting this Thursday, January 4, 1996 at 7:30 PM. See their homepage for information, or email rmh1@atlcom.net.

The AAAA Homepage is the best starting point for overall aquarium information on the internet.


Subject: Re: Fancy Guppies
From: afn30721@afn.org
Date: 1996/01/02
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The best place to start is the Fancy Guppy homepage at:

http://www.atlcom.net/~rmh1/guppy/guppy.html

There is information about the International Fancy Guppy Association as well as information on raising and breeding fancy guppies.


Subject: Bottling from Corny Kegs
From: Rick <afn30721@afn.org>
Date: 1996/01/15
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I am starting to use corny kegs but would like to occasionally give away a bottle or 2 to friends.

My question is, "Can you bottle from corny kegs"? If so, do I do anything special?

Thanks
Rick


Subject: CO2 Equipment Sources
From: Rick Hillyard <rmh1@opsirm1.em.cdc.gov>
Date: 1996/01/17
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I have my corny kegs and need to get a CO2 system (tanks,
regulators, etc). What are the least expensive sources for this
type of equipment?

Thanks,
Rick


Subject: CO2 Equipment Sources
From: Rick <rmh1@atlcom.net>
Date: 1996/01/17
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I have my corny kegs and need to get a CO2 system (tanks, regulators, etc). What are the least expensive sources for this type of equipment?

Thanks,
Rick

My address is rmh1@atlcom.net. Posted 1/2 home and 1/2 work on the last message.



Subject: Re: CO2 Equipment Sources
From: Rick <rmh1@atlcom.net>
Date: 1996/01/17
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Rick Hillyard <rmh1@opsirm1.em.cdc.gov> wrote:
>I have my corny kegs and need to get a CO2 system (tanks,
>regulators, etc). What are the least expensive sources for this
>type of equipment?
>
>Thanks,
>Rick
>

My correct address is rmh1@atlcom.net. The above address is a
combination of home and work <g>.

 

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