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Thread: Seining The packing box

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    Seining of the shipping packing box

    We had a post not too long ago on helping out a dealer and such on shipment day. To me like I always am excited about shipment day. I Love to help a dealer load and unpack boxes and handling the koi. Recently my back hurts as in the last week I had packed and unpacked 65 boxes of big and small koi. Here are some pics I took of some big girls just for fun at the dealer..




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    Of Course Mr. Benbow I could not leave you out in the blue....

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    Cool pics Joe. Got anymore?
    The world sleeps as the chance to learn something new passes.

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    Look good, especially straight out of the box.

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    Lucky Joe. It much be fun to handle those bigggggggggg koi.

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    Hi Joe

    The big girls look great. I particularly like the showa. How big is she and how old is she?

    It is really nice to see photo.

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    your right, Joe it really is all about the nebari! (lol)
    thanks for including the shusui and asagi. Nice! All the koi were nice. The yamabuki was very nice!

    great idea BTW to share those pictures!

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    Great pics Joe!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeM
    Look good, especially straight out of the box.
    Yes Mike Straight outta the box.. I usually have a camera on hand. The cool part is they are in a daze. Color down but calm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilary
    Hi Joe

    The big girls look great. I particularly like the showa. How big is she and how old is she?

    It is really nice to see photo.
    Hil,

    Showa is Nogami about 26-27 inch

    Yamabuki 30" Seitaro

    Kohak is 25" Torazo


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