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Subject: Re: Moving Boxes? Date: 4/7/2009 10:27 PM
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Perhaps you are referring to Uline? They have an assortment of boxes available and usually ship them to you once you purchase online.

I ended up ordering from uboxes, which is a similar site that sells boxes online. I realized that I'd ordered from them before on eBay - they also sell stuff like bubble wrap and padded envelopes. Since I'd had a good experience with them before, I thought they'd be a good place to order boxes.

I found some local places that sell boxes, but I ran into a problem with my car - it's too small! It was fine for the small boxes, but it's hard to fit a stack of large boxes into a Toyota Corolla, even when the boxes are flattened out. So ordering boxes online seemed like a better option, although I'll probably pick up a few specialty boxes locally once I've packed the ones I ordered and figure out what else I need.

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