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    sorry guys. i committed too soon. think i will be missing the event during that weekend. forgot wife arrange for a drive up trip to KL with a few friends with me being the driver.

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    Re: where it all began...

    Sorry bros, i can't make it too... sigh... you guys go ahead without me...


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    KL is good, you can get lots of scaping material and rare plants from there
    -Robert
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    Michael, I thought Teo's used to have a pile of driftwood by the fence? They don't have those anymore? I hope the shed at the back still around, because I found some nice driftwood with mosses etc in there last time.
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    Re: where it all began...

    Quote Originally Posted by stormhawk View Post
    Michael, I thought Teo's used to have a pile of driftwood by the fence? They don't have those anymore? I hope the shed at the back still around, because I found some nice driftwood with mosses etc in there last time.
    That is still around stormhawk and I'm happy to say they have reorganised it and it's a much bigger area now, my favorite area..
    Something about the water & the fishes that calms me down.

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    Count me in if we're having an outing next weekend... =)
    Small is beautiful.

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    Ok guys, let's have a show of hands who wants to go. Please state if you are driving, thanks.

    1) Michael - driving
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    Something about the water & the fishes that calms me down.

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    1) Michael - driving
    2) Felix
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    Re: where it all began...

    Guys. please don't pin too much hope on looking for driftwood (Hint: Stormhawk) and plants.

    Teo's only have the common plants and nothing fanciful.

    However it is an eye opener to those who never been to Teo though.

    PS: Michael Lai, my name is spelt as Nicholas and not others.... Grrrr
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    1) Michael - driving
    2) Felix
    3) Ecalyte plus one - Driving
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    What time do u target to arrive at Teo Farm after breakfast at Clement?. May join up directly at Teos if time permit.

    Quote Originally Posted by michael lai View Post
    Hi Guys,
    I'm driving, i can take another 3-4 person, are there anymore driving please post here and also state how many more you can take. It's a open invite guys, all are welcome, just take it as a AQ excursion. It's the only Teo farm we know. We will meet at C328 in the morning, have breakfast, move off if time permits, we will also visit Gan's and QianHu. i hear the cameroon armoured shrimp is in season again All said, I'm confident you guys will enjoy the outing, Nic was a very happy person when he left...

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    Re: where it all began...

    Can someone post a map on the location of Teo's farm? I went there last time but couldn't find it. TIA.

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    So it's Sunday? Count me in. =)

    1) Michael - driving
    2) Felix
    3) Ecalyte plus one - Driving
    4) Ivan
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    Small is beautiful.

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    Not much to hope for Nicholas, I need to find some Vallisneria anyway.

    1) Michael - driving
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    1) Michael - driving
    2) Felix
    3) Ecalyte plus one - Driving
    4) Ivan
    5) stormhawk
    6) Robert
    -Robert
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    Re: where it all began...

    Would have love to join you guys but work calls. Maybe the next trip!
    Need something to scratch that itchy hand of mine.

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    sian got work, if not can roll with the big boys lol.

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    Re: where it all began...

    Guys meet at C328 10am please on Sunday, I think there is enough seats, Ecalyte have to trouble you to help with transport. My number is 9107 6802, Michael, please call if there is any last minute stuff, thanks.
    Something about the water & the fishes that calms me down.

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    I happen to passed by Teo's last Wednesday. Driftwood were there, by the fence. But if you are expecting big ones may be a little tough, most of them are around 1 to 1.5 feet. Unless there are secret hideouts for driftwood
    Uncle there is nice and kind, but may have trouble with plant names in English.
    Have fun with the trip!

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    I have to bring my bible then
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