And when you buy one, do not tender a cheque that may"bounce".
Oooh! You are being painful DejW! The weekend obviously did you a lot of good! MSA rubber cheque in French is a "wooden cheque". That wood be a surprise? Or am I barking up the wrong tree. I understand that if you receive a "wooden cheque" in France you have to go to the local branch of your bank? Right, leaf it alone...................DejW
Thank you!Try the big sheds near the big supermarkets - Decathlon for example. Try the pages jaunes?
We live in the mountains far from big shops and buy quite a bit on the internet. Even with delivery charges (for big things like trampolines etc) the overall price is less than some retail outlets.