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RE: CAN'T MOVE THE LOOM TOMORROW
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From: Catherine (Cat) W.
Date: Monday, May 24, 2010, 8:31 PM
Subject: RE: can't move the loom tomorrow
Reply to: 270110
ID: 270111


I have just realized that the loom will not fit through the door of my apartment unless it can be dis-assembled, so will not need help tomorrow after all.

Thanks, Cat

------ On 5/24/10, Catherine (Cat) Weeks wrote ------

Hi. Does anyone have an open bed truck who can help me to move a small loom from the Wake Center on Turnpike to my studio apartment off of San Marcos Road tomorrow at around 3 pm. (A five to ten minute drive) The door gets locked at 3:30 pm so it has to be around that time.

The loom measures 33 inches wide by 51 inches tall by 32 inches deep. It is warped with a project and I don't think it can be moved on its side, so it is probably too high for trucks that have tops over the back.

I am offering to pay someone for their assistance.

Thanks, Cat

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