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Space Cat wrote: ↑
Mon Sep 21, 2020 9:46 am
No option to buy pellets in Valdivia right now.
Actually, plenty of options but you have to monitor arrivals in Facebook groups about pellets (lol), also stores usually sell no more than 5 per person. Just got 30 bags for us and neighbors but we had to drive 50km to a saw mill.
But yeah, walking into a random grocery and picking a few bags does not work for now. And previously known pellet deliveries are usually without stock.
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Now that the weather has improved, I am sure the pellet shortage will be solved.
A couple friends of mine that run pellets buy by the pallet durring the summer for the whole year.
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