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post #11 of 14 Old 12-27-2008, 02:16 PM
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oooh ok M2G.. I haven't been to the Mill Store in a loooong time so I don't know haha.. where is there a Greenhawk?? We used to order out of their catalog all the time! They have amazing stuff

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I did! Boxing day sales are very common over here and actually them continue something around two weeks (the other sale period like this is just after Midsummer).

Actually I decided that I don't waste a lot of money in this year but buy only stuff that I really need. So I went and visited our neigbor city today. It isn't so big city but I still managed to find a body spray . I also found new pair of army boots and paid 70 euros for them. I think that this is sick high price but still bought them because my old ones are pretty worn and the original price of the boots was 85 euros so I actually saved 15 euros . I was also about to get a new laptop because my mum and dad promised me a new laptop when I graduated in the previous spring but they haven't bought it yet. They thought that they would buy it now when everything is on sale and we even found the good one but then turned up that this one hasn't a burning cd drive so I didn't want it.

Well, I still need a new belt with rivets and a new pair of leather gloves and my parents are going to buy the laptop for me. I think we're going to the closest big city soon because there are bigger assortments there. I hope that there are still something sellable there when we go because we live so close to the border of Russia and it's very common that also our eastern neigbor comes here in herds because of hunting targets.
70 Euros??? good deal! I paid over 350.00 for my work boots
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oooh ok M2G.. I haven't been to the Mill Store in a loooong time so I don't know haha.. where is there a Greenhawk?? We used to order out of their catalog all the time! They have amazing stuff
Sorry for the double post, I just saw this post on this second page. You can look up their address online. They are located just off the deerfoot.
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post #14 of 14 Old 12-28-2008, 04:42 PM
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70 Euros??? good deal! I paid over 350.00 for my work boots
I tend to be a little scrooge sometimes and besides this I remember how I (or actually my dad) paid something around 35 euros for my previous army boots. So I hoped that I would have found something like that now too...

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