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Old 07-12-2010, 08:17 PM   #111
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If any of the Frederick people have a truck, I'd be happy to go with you to help pick up. I've only got a small hatchback. I work from home and can usually get away during the day if that works.
I have a jeep that can haul our grain....

Let me know when your free and we can set something up.

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Old 07-12-2010, 10:54 PM   #112
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I'm probably going to pickup grain this week. Anyone in Frederick want me to pickup their grain?

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Old 07-12-2010, 11:02 PM   #113
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Awesome news on the grain showing up. Do you mind if I swing by this Saturday morning, around 10ish, to pick up the grains? I would come by sooner, but I did something to my neck/shoulder and am taking muscle relaxers to reduce the inflammation. I figure by Saturday I should be fine to carry 50# bags of grain, but until then I risk re-injuring myself. I'll pm you for your home addy later on tonight.

Redskinnfan, I am fine with whatever plan you want to commit to, ie. pick up your grains before me and leave my portion aside or met up together and split it there. I have enough buckets for my grains, so if you don't have any vessels for the grains, then I can fill up my bucket and you can run with the grain bag.....but I'm open to any idea/suggestion you got.

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Old 07-12-2010, 11:12 PM   #114
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10 am on sat? i should be up by then :P

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Old 07-13-2010, 01:17 AM   #115
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I am gonna have to come either tomorrow or Wednesday. I am on daddy duty this weekend. Stefin, what time did you say you get home? 7pm?

JBay, I will go ahead and pick up my grain tomorrow or Wednesday and leave the other half for you. I have buckets too, so I am good.

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yeah, i get home around 7... i will not be home at all wednesday. so tuesday thirsday friday or weekend.

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Awesome, that works for me Reddskinnfan! I believe then that the $ for half a bag of wheat is $16.04, correct?

Incidentally, what did you use to make your spiced orange witbier? It sounds tasty.

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Awesome, that works for me Reddskinnfan! I believe then that the $ for half a bag of wheat is $16.04, correct?

Incidentally, what did you use to make your spiced orange witbier? It sounds tasty.

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yeah, i get home around 7... i will not be home at all wednesday. so tuesday thirsday friday or weekend.
I will need to come tonight. What time should I arrive? I will bring the Saaz for you, and a bucket or two for the Wheat that JBay and I are splitting. I have a pound of the Saaz. Would you be willing to trade some Candi Sugar for the other 1/2 pound?
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call me before you leave ot make sure im there... but i should be home by 7 ish...

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