TL;DR I borrowed a twin bed & frame years ago from someone in Abbotsford and I have to return it now. I'm living in Vancouver (close to UBC) and I'm wondering if it's worth my while to hire movers to bring only the bed & frame back to Abbotsford or if I should just offer to pay them back for the bed & frame and chuck the damn thing here in Vancouver?
Any ideas who I can ask to move the bed to Abbotsford and what the price range would be?
I've checked the Harbor Center Dollarama and Tinseltown's Yokoyaya to no avail. Any ideas? Thank you!
I've been looking around online but can't find anything on the subject: Does anyone know if a Canadian passport combined with a credit card are sufficient ID to drink in the States? (A passport alone is enough to cross the border, I've read.) Sudden plans came up for a trip to Portland and Seattle, but my wallet was recently stolen, and I likely won't be able to get a new BC ID in my hands in time for the trip.
I am over 21, by the way.
Is there any place to get a flat tire fixed on a Sunday? I already know if it's not done today it won't be done tomorrow either...
And, sidenote - where do people usually go here anyway? I don't suppose Vancouver has anything like the American Les Schwab chain where they fix flats for free do they?
Is there any place in Vancouver that can restore bikes like they do on that show American Restoration?
I'm looking to connect with someone (or an entire family) in the Greater Vancouver area who lives by the "Freegan" lifestyle, but with a bit of a twist... I'd like to speak with people who attempt not to spend ANY money. So a combo of freeganism, couponing, bartering, etc.
If you know of anyone who fits this description, I'd hugely appreciate being pointed in their direction!
Just doing a bit of research for a potential article. Cheers!
I am moving next month and because I a) like my friends and b) have 14 bookcases worth of books, I'm looking for a moving company. Anyone have any recommendations for or against a given moving company?