Packing for My Return to Taiwan

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Packing for My Return to Taiwan

Postby Mucha Man » 22 Jul 2011, 23:30

I met as well get in on the trend. So, what should I bring back with me from Alaska that I will definitely need here for the long term? I don't really need warm or hot weather clothing as I have it in my apartment already. Lots of books too and a Kindle that is mold free. I think I've still got tea in my cupboards and dishes. What else should I be thinking of bringing back to clutter up my apartment?
“Everywhere else in the world is also really old” said Prof. Liu, a renowned historian at Beijing University. “We always learn that China has 5000 years of cultural heritage, and that therefore we are very special. It appears that other places also have some of this heritage stuff. And are also old. Like, really old.”

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Re: Packing for my return to Taiwan

Postby Elegua » 22 Jul 2011, 23:32

Refills on all the strange foreign seasons that cost such a bomb in Taiwan.



And pemmican
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Re: Packing for my return to Taiwan

Postby Mucha Man » 22 Jul 2011, 23:36

Elegua wrote:Refills on all the strange foreign seasons...


As in spring and fall?

and pemmican


How about birch syrup? Or salmon skin jerky?
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http://hikingintaiwan.blogspot.com/
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Re: Packing for My Return to Taiwan

Postby urodacus » 23 Jul 2011, 00:00

Bring winter clothes.
The prizes are a bottle of f*!@#$% SCOTCH and a box of cheap f!@#$#$ CIGARS!

Too many people! Almost all of the world's problems are due to overpopulation. The rest are due to religion.

50% of the world's wild animals have disappeared in the last 50 years. Did you eat them, or eat their house?
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Re: Packing for My Return to Taiwan

Postby yuli » 23 Jul 2011, 00:10

Muzha Man wrote:What else should I be thinking of bringing back to clutter up my apartment?

A photo of Sarah Palin - to remind you how good life can be if you choose wisely...? :ponder:
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Re: Packing for My Return to Taiwan

Postby Belgian Pie » 23 Jul 2011, 10:59

Oil?
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Re: Packing for My Return to Taiwan

Postby Mucha Man » 23 Jul 2011, 11:02

Belgian Pie wrote:Oil?


Now that's a good suggestion but honestly they are hurting for it themselves at the moment.
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Re: Packing for My Return to Taiwan

Postby urodacus » 23 Jul 2011, 11:03

elk droppings.

They're totally unobtainable in Taiwan, for love or money.
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Re: Packing for My Return to Taiwan

Postby Belgian Pie » 23 Jul 2011, 11:09

Dried/smoked moose ears ... my dogs would love them ... :lick:
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Re: Packing for My Return to Taiwan

Postby Mucha Man » 23 Jul 2011, 11:11

urodacus wrote:elk droppings.

They're totally unobtainable in Taiwan, for love or money.


Elk are rare in Alaska. Moose and caribou are more common. I should bring some moose "nugget" jewelry back.
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