Re: Carry bags
- I've got one of those bags & I love it. :)
I've also discovered that you can MAKE reusable bags out of old
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Mark Garvey" <lazybee45@...> wrote:
> Hey, At a tip from a friend, I checked out the local Home Depot for
> "shopping bags" and found a pretty nice idea! They have BRIGHT ORANGE
> reusable shopping bags for $2. Someone thought this out. they have
> elastic in the top to keep them closed and a plastic handle with a
> clip that locks shut so when you set it down, it won't dump your stuff
> all over, and incidentally, when you are riding your bike the apples
> won't roll out the top of the bag! The things also address ANOTHER
> little difficulty for us bike based shoppers who like to use REUSABLE
> bags. they clip to the sides of the shopping cart so you can put
> stuff directly into the bag, then at the counter, pick up the whole
> bag and set it on the counter, no gathering up individual pieces and
> all. I only got 2 myself because I have about 3 canvas bags, and a
> couple more cloth ones, but these may end up staying on my bike most
> of the time!
> Yeah, I know...some people dislike big box stores, and I am no
> exception. But sometimes they DO have useful stuff!
> Putting the fun in dysfunctional for over 50 years!
> Mark Garvey
> Cedar Rapids, Iowa free state!
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