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Posted on Transporting Plywood in the Rain

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Rayne

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#1 posted 08-26-2018 09:56 PM


Why don t you just wait till it s not raining to go the plywood….or other wood…? Sounds logical to me…!!

- Rick Dennington

Sure, if it was that easy to predict the weather. I’ve gone to Rockler on a perfectly clear, blue sky morning. Takes 40 minutes to get there. Shopped for 30 minutes, got my stuff, walked out and it was mostly cloudy with rain on the horizon. I got home, unloaded, and it started to rain within 20 minutes. You can’t always rely on what you see or what the weather channel says. Having a contingency plan is always welcome.


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