It does not matter where you are.... As for doing it myself, well obviously if I were there I'd do it myself...
Thanks for the this!It does not matter where you are.
You pick one of those blue barrel shippers and buy stuff online and have it sent to the shipper.
Once the barrel is full they'll ship it to your 'old lady' or a reliable address near her.
Don't forget the bag of rice and the cooking oil as an extra.... :classic:
Shipping costs around 160 - 180 USD (incl. the BB).
Exactly - we do it every shipment. We buy the big 2.5 gallon jug of oil at Sam's Club [it's inside a box], sent that down with 100 pounds of rice [2 fifty-pound bags] and 50 pounds of bread flour [2 twenty-five pound bags] outside the boxes. We did wrap the rice and flour in clear stretch film for extra strength. Pop a label on each and they come to you in DR with the boxes/tanques.Hi niknak
to answer your question , and as DonP said it's easy... they put a label on those items and ship them w/ your barrel, but on one delivery I saw , the bottle was damaged a bit & was leaking slightly... regardless it made it. The Rice Bags if your were to do this HAVE TO BE not light plastic but a Burlap type of bag , it you look at Thai ( Jasmine rice, my favorite!) rice, it is Plastic sealed lined inside & white reinforced plastic bagged exterior, quite durable , so no issues there.