[Homeroast] Travelling with Homeroast

Sandy Andina sandraandina at mac.com
Sun Jun 24 22:02:57 CDT 2012

My friends came to visit me in the hospital today and brought flowers . But tomorrow they're bringing me some "Rise Again" blend from Grand Pré,NS, a grinder and a French press. The nurses say it's fine as long as they get some of it.

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On Jun 24, 2012, at 5:19 PM, Frank Parth <frank at fparth.com> wrote:

> I have a small plug-in kettle I bought in California for use in the US, and one made for 220 V I bought in Korea for overseas use. I always carry outlet adapters so the different outlet styles are not a problem overseas.
> That and an Aeropress, fresh-roasted coffe, and I'm good to go.
> Frank
>> I do a similar thing, and bring my Bodum 1 liter kettle (from Sweet Marias
>> a few years ago), a beehive filter cone, filters, and hand grinder, and bag
>> of home roasted beans.  I do this all the time as carry on without any
>> problem (both national and international to Europe), and as checked in,
>> sometimes, but I  always take my beans with me on board.  I do leave the
>> kettle at home when I go international though due to the voltage
>> differences.
>> Greg
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