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Old 01-23-2008, 10:51 PM   #21
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I think Lowes carries lump charcoal (the real stuff) year round.

What I have a hard time finding year round are large bags of chunk Hickory and Mesquite.

I'm lucky, push comes to shove the lot next door has a dead and dieing apple tree and I have a SawZall and long extension cord.

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LMAO!!

I only glanced at the date on the first post, 12-30, I missed the '06 part!
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Old 01-24-2008, 02:34 PM   #22
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It's 20 below (zero) here, but Wally always has charcoal. Just have to look a little longer. Now that the seeds are out though in the seasonal section, it's with that stuff. In the winter I find it with sporting goods also. This is good because it's near the yarn too... :)
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Old 01-26-2008, 12:33 PM   #23
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It's 20 below (zero) here, but Wally always has charcoal. Just have to look a little longer. Now that the seeds are out though in the seasonal section, it's with that stuff. In the winter I find it with sporting goods also. This is good because it's near the yarn too... :)

I'm listening to Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know?

He just had a call from a trucker transporting a load of Kites from NJ to Wallgreens in Madison, Wi.

Don't you have to love stores? You can buy sleds and parkas in August and Charcoal and kites in January.

God help ya if you need to buy something in the season it's used.
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