Fabienne Micheline Cassman on thu 17 oct 02
There is an alternative, shipping them before you board the flight. The
post office won't mind clay knives, clay buttons etc :) Hotels will do it
for you in some cases; ask upon arrival what it takes to get it done.
At 11:31 AM 10/17/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>in the way of tools, materials bought , found and traded that either will
>make my luggage overweight or items taboo by the new standards.How sad,
Fabienne Cassman http://www.milkywayceramics.com/
WARNING: I cannot be held responsible for the above
because my cats have apparently learned to type.
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Working Potter on thu 17 oct 02
Does anyone know what the current thinking about sales and give aways of
items the airlines now consider weapons is being dealt with.I feel my
travel habbits will be greatly curbed when it comes to luggage and carryon
rules post 911.One of the great pleasures of travel was the little momentoes
in the way of tools, materials bought , found and traded that either will
make my luggage overweight or items taboo by the new standards.How sad,
> collected as many freebies
> as I could carry,
Sandy Cryer on fri 18 oct 02
As long as it is in checked luggage you can take whatever you want. Carry on
is another story, I have had pottery tools taken from me in Orlando! Sandy