Re: Packs and Airplanes
Ned Jacklin and Jeff Wickman (LASNJ@CCMAIL.CECO.COM)
Wed, 3 Jul 1996 16:19:11 CST
Check with Philmont about storing containers. Surely they must have
many groups fly there each year.
Will a large suitcase accommodate a pack? Otherwise, a heavy-duty
cardboard box might do the trick. Heavy-duty means thick like produce
is shipped in. I can't think of what kind of box would be big enough
for a pack.
When I flew to Switzerland, people were checking their two items of
baggage: 1) a suitcase and 2) a cardboard box tied up with twine and a
cardboard tube for a handle. The box was filled with their favorite
non-perishable foods with labels printed in English. Peanut butter is
next to impossible to find in Switzerland, and the German labels can
make preparation a frazzling experience. Not to mention the metric
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City