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1) From: Cary Sean M MAJ MNCI C3 MNF-W LNO
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Staying on base or "out in town" - some places there have 220v...  On
base is good ole American 110v...just something to think of.  You can
buy converters to step down the juice.  I even had a place out in town
once - Okinawa City that was 110...
 
Oki is beautiful, and hopefully my next duty station - enjoy your time
there!  Bring some warm clothes, it can get chilly, not cold really.  
 
Maj. Sean M. Cary
MNF-W LNO to MNC-I
Camp Victory, Iraq
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[mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of Frank
Fairchild
Sent: Saturday, December 03, 2005 1:45 AM
To: homeroast
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I need to pick your cumulative brains again.
 
My wife and I are going to be in Japan (Okinawa) for two months soon.
(got to go help deliver and spoil a new grandbaby!)  Does any one in the
group know of any home roasting supplies I should pick up while over
there that would be cheaper than here in the states.
 
I will take enough green beans and my Fresh Roast Plus to keep me in
good coffee while there but all the grinders are too heavy.  Will
probably use a blade grinder unless there are other suggestions.  I am
using a SG pour through while there.
 
Any helpful tips appreciated.
 
Frank


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