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    Franks cage is still the best one I have ever seen

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    Wow! Just wow! What lucky savs to live there. Who designed this one? Was it Frank Retes--I know he used to do some. Or someone else? Thanks for sharing! Inspiring!

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    No this is a Frank in Germany. I think I showed you some pictures of this through messenger when you were in the cage building process for Summerdog and needed ideas about keeping the substrate warm

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    Yes. I remember the warming system. But I had forgotten all the finishing details. So impressisive!! Really beautiful...

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    Has anyone talked to Frank lately? I wonder how his are doing?

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    I haven't spoken to him for a while. I only see an occasional picture on his facebook page of either his big trucks at his job or his dogs haha. Maybe I'll send him a quick message to ask sometime

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    Any word from him Lori? Would be great to get him back here and get some updated pictures. I always love seeing how these naturalistic enclosures progress in action. Ive seen some really amazing plant growth on some of the more elaborate ones that blows me away.

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