The plastic tanks with metal frames you see on the left are the IBC totes that we will be using for our fish tanks. We will be putting radiant barrier insulation under them and in the bottom of the trough to keep the cold concrete floor from sucking the warmth out of the water.
I also got to use a new tool -- a powder actuated hammer. You put a nail in one end, load a .22 caliber cartridge with no slug in the chamber, hit the top with a hammer and boom! it drives the nail into the concrete. Great fun!
Also, I've been working with my artist son on a logo:
I'm pleased with the results and will soon include it on a sign for the building, on business cards, on the web site, and on packaging. He also made me a single color version for crates and boxes:
A great big thanks to Chris for a job well done!!