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From: Ruby <>
Subject: Re: Exodus to Sweden 1999.
Date: Wed, 31 Mar 1999 11:38:12 -0600


I think the grass is always greener on the other side. I work in retail
and also close (?) to the Canadian Border. We have lots of Canadian
shoppers at my store. They think they get better buys in Duluth.

Bgreen wrote:
>
> Ole:
> Here in northern Minnesota we often travel to Canada to do our shopping with
> the dollar exchange it is much cheaper for us to shop there than in our small
> town. We often take the 90 mile trip once a month. Doesn't make for such good
> local economy here, but then they have such high prices and our taxes kill us
> too.
>
> Bev Green
> Grand Marais, MN
>
> Ole Kjolseth wrote:
>
> > Surprised the Norwegians travel to Sweden in thousands these days, to a
> > country member of the Europeen Union, to save money?
> >
> > Frustrated, angry and sorry,
> >
> > Ole
> >
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