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Old 05-17-2014, 04:08 AM   #21
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We have place here called Crafty Beaver, and they were doing swaps for 12.99$. I had to save money and go to U-haul :
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Old 05-17-2014, 06:21 AM   #22
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I got the best one yet. We have a guy that lives in his trailer out in the field next to a HUGE tank. He's always open. When I had a late night brew session & ran outta propane late............................ I just banged on his door & he helped me right out.

He may not take a bath or shave for weeks on end, (heck, he helped me out in his pajamas & slippers) but he will fill a tank for $17 all day & all night!

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Old 05-17-2014, 04:34 PM   #23
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14 dollars to fill a 20 pound tank here in new york

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I got the best one yet. We have a guy that lives in his trailer out in the field next to a HUGE tank. He's always open. When I had a late night brew session & ran outta propane late............................ I just banged on his door & he helped me right out.

He may not take a bath or shave for weeks on end, (heck, he helped me out in his pajamas & slippers) but he will fill a tank for $17 all day & all night!
Was this him?



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