Card stock. Where the heck can I find it? And today, not next week from an internet store, but today And not at an "art store" because they only sell single sheets, and they are rude there. Yes, every art store. The people are rude. So, for the love of all things made out of wood, especially paper, can someone please tell me where I can buy a freakin' package of "card stock" paper.
Thank you. That is all.
List of places I've searched...
4. Fancy art store
Places yet to look...
7. "Paper store"
A logical place to look would be a paper store but I don't know where one is around here, and silly me, I thought one of the other thousand's of places that sell paper of some sort would have a thicker paper than a sketch pad. Martin will be googling it today (what is the word we are looking for? brand name? anything to mean "card stock" thickness of paper) but I'm gonna be honest, as I'v said numerous times to Martin, and now to you all, this running around and trying to locate things that really should all be in one place (IMHO) is really starting to get on my nerves. Please, Hobby Lobby, open a store in Krakow. You will never regret it. And is this what everyone meant when they kept telling me that it was "harder" to live in Poland, because so far this has been one of the hardest parts? Not being able to get stuff...and not because it doesn't exist, because God forbid I ever ask that question, but because you have to know where to go to get it.
On a similar note, can someone tell me where I can go to have things printed out in large quantities with color and on high quality paper. Is there a way to do this online, like uploading documents and then going and picking them up? And not at Carrefour.
And where do you go to print out pictures, again, is there a place to do this online or do you just go to the print shop and give them the flash drive?
Trying to make some projects, people.
Findin' it hard to finish them...
I appreciate all your help with these types of things. I really do.
And now, on a completely different note, but also involving trees...here are some pictures from a little hike we took this weekend near Ojcow. I could not get a good picture in that forest, lack of light and a dying camera battery made it difficult but you can imagine a beautiful forest and easy path that led to the ruins of a small but important medieval hillside Fort. The trees are starting to change. Very beautiful. And warm, so warm. Only under the trees was it cool but otherwise a warm end to September.