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YB
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Picked up the new Almanac yesterday, got some good reading to do tonight.. Poor Suss, he can't enjoy it like we can.. he he he....

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he he he ????

I am at present reading TOFA All-Seasons Garden Guide 2011 edition and I am sure will be next year reading the Almanac. You aught to make sure of the facts before making such comments YB. He He He.

YB
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Hmmm.. I stand corrected..

Last I heard from the Almanac was they cannot ship outside the US. Has this changed or did you get one locally??

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Well it's....

Like this. You can get a dear friend to buy in the states and then ship it over the pond. Simple, yes. After all what are friends for.
But perhaps you could ask them upstairs why not to shipping over the pond. After all the postage would be paid by the buyer so what's the rub?

YB
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Can't remember what they said the "rub" was

however, I ordered from them once instead of buying from the local store. Cost me more in shipping then I paid for the Almanac itself...


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