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    mums the word

    NoraMarie
    Wed Sep 18, 2013 7:55 pm
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    Bringing stuff across the border is o.k. on some things. I never bring beef back because they had taken our beef weiners and also the dogfood. Also if the fruit and vegetables has the sticker on it they never took my onions or bananas. This was a few years ago.
    Now,I bring chicken,cornbeef,pork but I don't bother with fruit. I guess one could ask for the list at the border.
    Also always a case of beer or wine.I'm prepared to go in and pay duty if I have to.On a case of beer it;s $10.00 so my friend tells me.
    Talk to you Friday.
    mums the word
    Wed Sep 18, 2013 10:39 pm
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    Thanks Nora, I guess we could google a list of things that can't be brought across the border too. Looking forward to Friday!
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