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post #41 of 74 Old 02-20-2011, 09:20 PM
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I'm sorry, your post confused me. What do you mean posting to Aust? As in shipping to Australia?
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Haha yess sorry I have a tendency to confuse people :P
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haha yess sorry I have a tendency to confuse people :P
Well if your willing to pay the shipping then I don't see why not.
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Do you have any idea of how long it will be before you are able to make them? Just a rough idea?

Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world. ~Harriet Tubman
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Lol I was about to ask the same question.
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Not that I'm in a rush, if it were not until mid March or something that'd be fine, just curious :)

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Well if your willing to pay the shipping then I don't see why not.
but do you know where abouts how much the shipping would cost?
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but do you know where abouts how much the shipping would cost?
For you, if I can fit it in the smallest flat rate box, it will be about 14 dollars. If I use a bigger box its around $20 or $30. Id have to make your saddle pad first to know If I can fold it down and fit it in a smaller box for a smaller cost.
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Do you have any idea of how long it will be before you are able to make them? Just a rough idea?
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Not that I'm in a rush, if it were not until mid March or something that'd be fine, just curious :)

Soon, hopefully. Im going to get my sewing machine tomorrow and some tools and then get the arrangements worked out for where I will work, and Ill let you all know :] I don't need -that- much space, but it does help.
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If Redtree is in australia a flat rate box wouldn't work because those are only for the US:( I tried sending something to Holland in one lol it wasn't a successful post office visit.

Yay to picking up your machine! I wish your family a speedy easy house hunt. I'm moving this weekend and can't wait to get settled in.
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If Redtree is in australia a flat rate box wouldn't work because those are only for the US:( I tried sending something to Holland in one lol it wasn't a successful post office visit.

Yay to picking up your machine! I wish your family a speedy easy house hunt. I'm moving this weekend and can't wait to get settled in.
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Really? That's odd, because they show the option when I put in Australia as the destination. It says "Priority Mail International Small Flat Rate Box".

Yeah I really want to find a house. We think we have found one we like, just gotta check it out again and stuff. We have been living with relatives for the past two months since we havnt found a home yet! Gah! Sharing a tinnyyy room with your sister with mattresses on the floor is not fun! (no offense if someone reading this has to all the time, Im just not used to it, and my sister and I are close to killing each other). As well as sharing a small one sink bathroom with my parents and sister, and we all get up at the same time and have to get dressed at the same time, GAH. I am SO ready for my own room again, mainly because all my craft things and most of my clothes are in storage!
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