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  • Wenda Stephens
    Yes, You are bad, thanks.. I may try that, but you know it s just nice to be in a room that has all the stuff and you can size it and weigh it, and go ohhh..
    Message 1 of 47 , Aug 1, 2007
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      Yes, You are bad, thanks.. I may try that, but you know it's just nice
      to be in a room that has all the stuff and you can size it and weigh
      it, and go ohhh.. and ahhh.. Sort of the difference between buying
      clothes from a store, and buying it on the internet. We just went
      through that buying my son a swimsuit at the marked down prices, he
      liked it on the internet and did not even need to open the package when
      it came. He did not see the light plaid design in it from the internet.

      I recently bought a charcoal chimney of internet. When it came, I was
      shocked at how large it was, compared to others I have seen. I kept it
      but the size is causing problems with my lighting the charcoal. As have
      way to much basket for the tiny amount I need to start up.

      Wenda

      --- In dutchovencooking@yahoogroups.com, "nanny2gm" <nanny2gm@...>
      wrote:
      You could then go to Lodge_Sevierville@...
      > <mailto:Lodge_Sevierville@...> and order from them and get the
      > 20% outlet discount and if it's shipped outside Tn. you do not pay
      sales
      > tax. That goes for anyone who is reading and interested so I hope she
      is
      > ready because I told her I was getting this information for some
      friends
      > who lived out of state. I didn't happen to mention how many friends
      > though-OOPS!! My bad!!
    • nanny2gm
      I left the store with a catalog and I have spent the rest of my day looking at it. Go figure, huh? Can t buy it, so I just look at it for hours! What a
      Message 47 of 47 , Aug 1, 2007
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        I left the store with a catalog and I have spent the rest of my day
        looking at it. Go figure, huh? Can't buy it, so I just look at it for
        hours! What a pasttime.


        --- In dutchovencooking@yahoogroups.com, "Wenda Stephens" <wendavcs@...>
        wrote:
        >
        > Thanks, I apprieciate the help.
        >
        > I am going to look around and see if I can pull any deals. Things I
        > have seen or come highly recommended here or on other forums. I may
        > just pick it up.
        >
        > I should pay attention to weights & size, but I am more visual.. I
        > can guest-i-mate a foot. But go over a yard and I am lost, I have no
        > clue with meters or any of the other "new" measurements they try to
        > get us to convert to (tried when I was in 2nd grade).. Diameter is XX
        > means what???.. Same with weights.. Sometimes I like the feel of
        > something heavy as it means quality to me. But not if I have to hold
        > it and manuver with it for any length of time. Add heavy and bulky, I
        > can hold it in the store, and say "NO, way".. But say XX weight & XX
        > size and I can not get a feel for it in my hands, doing whatever it
        > is I want to do.
        >
        > Other things like looking at something and thinking it would be a
        > nice fit for my 12" DO (or having a 12" DO sold near-by to check it
        > out, are lost on the internet.) Or looking at something and maybe I
        > don't have much use for it's intended purpose, but holding it and
        > turning it in my hands I may think of a great purpose for it in a non-
        > traditional way.
        >
        > Besides which, it is just a great feeling to surround yourself with
        > all that great cast-iron, and just dream of what you could do if you
        > owned it all.. You may walk out with only a $10 dollar trivit or
        > something, but for that short incredible moment there was that
        > possiblity that you could have packed up a U-haul worth of
        > merchandise, and claimed yourself king or Queen of the Cast-iron
        > world!
        >
        > Yes, my husband does have to worry once we get Cabela's in here, or I
        > track down that hidden store selling cast iron. But while I am cast
        > iron shopping, he will be over getting gadgets for the kayaks, or
        > hunting down a lighter backpacking do-dad.. So the answer is, I have
        > to shop at Cabela and not take him.. HA.. more money to spend on my
        > DO's...
        >
        > Wenda
        >
        > --- In dutchovencooking@yahoogroups.com, "nanny2gm" nanny2gm@
        > wrote:
        > >
        > >
        > > They do at least give you weights on the internet, so that is a
        > plus.
        > > and as for bad, i spent way to long in that store. That store is
        > > dangerous. Luckily, I didn't have any $$$ to spend so I wasn't in
        > any
        > > danger of over-spending on this occasion!! I WILL be back, for the
        > > record! Let me know if I can help in any way in the future.
        > >
        > > --- In dutchovencooking@yahoogroups.com, "Wenda Stephens"
        > > <wendavcs@> wrote:
        > > >
        > > > Yes, You are bad, thanks.. I may try that, but you know it's just
        > nice
        > > > to be in a room that has all the stuff and you can size it and
        > weigh
        > > > it, and go ohhh.. and ahhh.. Sort of the difference between buying
        > > > clothes from a store, and buying it on the internet. We just went
        > > > through that buying my son a swimsuit at the marked down prices,
        > he
        > > > liked it on the internet and did not even need to open the package
        > > when
        > > > it came. He did not see the light plaid design in it from the
        > > internet.
        > > >
        > > > I recently bought a charcoal chimney of internet. When it came, I
        > was
        > > > shocked at how large it was, compared to others I have seen. I
        > kept it
        > > > but the size is causing problems with my lighting the charcoal. As
        > > have
        > > > way to much basket for the tiny amount I need to start up.
        > > >
        > > > Wenda
        > > >
        > > > --- In dutchovencooking@yahoogroups.com, "nanny2gm" nanny2gm@
        > > > wrote:
        > > > You could then go to Lodge_Sevierville@
        > > > > <mailto:Lodge_Sevierville@ and order from them and get the
        > > > > 20% outlet discount and if it's shipped outside Tn. you do not
        > pay
        > > > sales
        > > > > tax. That goes for anyone who is reading and interested so I
        > hope
        > > she
        > > > is
        > > > > ready because I told her I was getting this information for some
        > > > friends
        > > > > who lived out of state. I didn't happen to mention how many
        > friends
        > > > > though-OOPS!! My bad!!
        > > >
        > >
        >
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