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Hiker Boy
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 Posted - 01/10/2007 :  1:43 PM  Show Profile  Reply to this posting
The local Canadian Tire has no winter stuff.
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Moses
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 Posted - 01/10/2007 :  2:13 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I found mine at a little Home-Hardware on W 10th (UBC area)
I think they were about $2.99 each. Red, black, and blue.
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SnowSeeker
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 Posted - 01/10/2007 :  2:40 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Moses

I found mine at a little Home-Hardware on W 10th (UBC area)
I think they were about $2.99 each. Red, black, and blue.


That's exactly where I bought mine! 10th Avenue, just before Sasamat. On the North side of 10th.

Rock Star
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North Vancouver, bc
Canada

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 Posted - 01/10/2007 :  2:46 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The smaller Canadian tires don't carry them, but if you call the Cambie or N Van stores they ussually have plenty.......@ $3.99, but they're the longer ones so you have room for your pack on the back.

jennifer.b
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Vancouver, BC
Canada

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 Posted - 01/10/2007 :  3:48 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I saw a bunch at the Cdn Tire on Steveston Highway in Richmond not long ago.
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Nis
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Langley, BC
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 Posted - 01/10/2007 :  3:51 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Toys R Us on West Broadway and I got some at the Can Tire in Richmond
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Hiker Boy
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 Posted - 01/10/2007 :  3:54 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by jennifer.b

I saw a bunch at the Cdn Tire on Steveston Highway in Richmond not long ago.



That's the Canadian Tire I checked...no luck
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AcesHigh
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Chilliwack, BC
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 Posted - 01/10/2007 :  6:15 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Walmart, Zellers or Sears maybe.

Call em:
www.canada411.ca


Edited by - AcesHigh on 01/10/2007 6:16 PM

Sarge
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Vancouver, BC
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 Posted - 01/10/2007 :  7:20 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I bought one last Sunday at the Canadian Tire near Burrard and West 1st. Cost was $2.99, and there were around 20+ left... then.

timv
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Vancouver, BC
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 Posted - 01/10/2007 :  7:46 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Canadian tire at marine drive (near oak st bridge) has them.
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Q
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 Posted - 01/11/2007 :  01:04 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I bought mine at Canadian Tire, Cambie. They had long and short and red and blue when I was there about 2 weeks ago. Ilive right by there if you'd like me to check it out.
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AcesHigh
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Chilliwack, BC
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 Posted - 01/11/2007 :  04:29 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Crazy carpets can save alot of effort getting down a nice hill when hiking, lightweight too.

FamilyGuy
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 Posted - 01/11/2007 :  12:51 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Who needs a crazt carpet. Just grease the bottom of a wok...works for me.
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robert cramer
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summerland, bc
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 Posted - 01/11/2007 :  2:25 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by FamilyGuy

Who needs a crazt carpet. Just grease the bottom of a wok...works for me.




WOW what a good idea it would shure beat wok..ing,

(I know that one is badd)


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Hiker Boy
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 Posted - 01/11/2007 :  2:41 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
My search sent me to another Canadian Tire and a Home Hardware...no luck. Finally found some at Toys'R'Us. Picked up a nice sled to make a new pulk while I was there.
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