It was awful inconsiderate of them to bend the can like that. Seeing as the Tamdhu did not lose a drop, the Spey gods were looking after the parcel afterall.
However, I don't think the USPS realizes that the $100 insurance I placed on the parcel was to protect the CAN, and thus they failed in their appointed rounds. Therefore I suggest we take place an appropriate claim to collect the $100 insurance value for the damaged goods. :saevilw:
As I stated in my pm; I have the same can I got from Speybum a while back. Just send me your bent can and I will send you mine, no problem.
As I told Juro, I worked on the can last night and it is now serviceable. Now it looks like it has been on several adventures. Toasted its looks with the enclosed spirits and did a little steelhead dance over the line. Can't wait until I put it on the water tomorrow.
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