Five years ago a friend of mine gave me a gag gift for Christmas. I nearly flooded my Mustang in one of our major flood events that Fall. One alternator later and it was up and running again. Mr. Smartarse neighbor presented me with a small goldfish bowl with a model Mustang trenched in the gravel and 2 tiny feeder goldfish swimming in the bowl. Har-de-har-har. :-/ He knew me well enough to know I could never just flush those fish, so they went from the bowl, to a 10 gallon tank to a 47 gallon full-blown aquarium.
Fred and Wilma reached 7" long about a year ago and obviously outgrew the tank so I had to find them a new home. Today they went to a huge koi/ goldfish pond in front of a commercial office. The landscape manager was delighted to take them in and they will be pampered pets for the rest of their lives in a climate well-suited to them. Guess I'll have to scout around for something else for the tank now. It's too lonely!
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