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Thank you Li. Yes, it's not something you see everywhere!!
Amazing, and what a good idea, especially for a rainy climate! Thanks, Cathy.
Thank you Ank! Humm!? Perhaps the machine should dispense those little rain ponchos!?
Great idea Cathy, but not for me. I only hate rain when there is a lot of wind, and then you can't use them. So give me a jacket with hood, then you never have a problem. I don't have coats and jackets without hoods.
Thank you Denise!! I thought so too! Hug!
Wonderful idea cathy:-) LolHUgs
Thanks for your note Mariolyn!
That's a new one on me.
Thanks Rob. I guess necessity is the mother of invention! : )
What a nifty idea Cathy!!!
Thank you Jim. Yes, someone had a lightbulb over the head moment!!Thank you Lorna. Yes ... I'm sure they would be welcome on an unexpectedly rainy day.Thanks Lyndee. Yes, that's true. Sometimes an umbrella in not the best option!!Thank you Aggie. I basically leave a trail of umbrellas wherever I go!! : )))
Somebody had a great idea - seems you always leave the umbrella in the car.
Probably not a bad idea. My umbrella is never where I want it to be. But, most of our rains come as storms and an umbrella is not always good when there's a lot of wind.
Great idea. I have never seen one in the UK, but I am sure it would be a profitable scheme if introduced over here!
What a novel idea! Thanks, Cathy!
Hi Suzy! That's right. Natives have umbrellas or jackets with hoods at all times!!!!Ahoj Agnes!! Yes, I think it is a good idea! Thank you for your note! : )Thank you Floyd! I haven't seen one of these yet but I think they cost five dollars. The are in the skytrain stations.
Thanks Cathy. Good info for tourists. Do you know that asking price?
A good way for forgetful when left umbrella at home? Thank you, it's inspiring. This year, for us it's raining a lot. And when happen to sunny, so it is very hot.
Must be for tourists to the area. Natives would know to always carry an umbrella! :)