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I had to chuckle when I read the last line and it said "get a free wheelbarrow to move it"
Some time back, I bought a large bag (a fishing tackle bag) to fit all my kit, clothing and lunch etc in to carry from house to car, and that falls in a similar category.
It does the job perfectly, but needs something to cart it from house to car, and back again..
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In reply to Seaman:
Wendy S said:You don't need a wheelbarrow to move the bag,I find grandsons make great little Sherpas !!
I'm a long way off that luxury.
In reply to seymouraves:
Petrol station give-aways!
They haven't happened for a couple of decades, or very close to that....
Hi I had an american birder visit on business in about 1995 and he said he kept one by the door- and I thought- WHY HAVEN'T I DONE THAT? S ps -I buy my fleece gloves from petrol stations
seymouraves said:Hi I had an american birder visit on business in about 1995 and he said he kept one by the door- and I thought- WHY HAVEN'T I DONE THAT? S ps -I buy my fleece gloves from petrol stations
The American birder suggested something along the line of a term that saw a re-emergence during the 80's, that dates back to the mid-1800's, called: "Grab Bag"
I've often kept a grab bag hand, it used to be in the form of a day sack for that spontaneous last minute mountain hike, and these days, its something similar to what you have, except mine is a fishing tackle bag, but it does the same job.
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