Uh, NO! But I do sometimes get really p.o.'d at folks who complain about not being able to find wood and still complain about the price. I live in an area where wood and rocks are all over the ground but there are some who frown when I go get it and ask them $5 for an afternoon of searching.Anyone else feel like your pants (And by pants I mean underwear!) are being pulled down when your paying money, more often then not a large sum of money, for wood and rocks that people have probably just found somewhere haha?
Or, charge $40, loose some profit margin but, dominate market share. :wink:I agree with all the others. There is a cost for collection etc.
That said cost does not always equal production cost + profit margin. Say I need $10/hr. Said rock cost me $5 to find and ship. If it takes me one hour to find it, list it, ship it etc that's $15. If others are charging $50 for the same rock and getting it should I charge $15? Sometimes price = costs + required profit + Why should I lose out?. Welcome to the real world.
Summer is coming! The rivers are nice, but the woods are hot and full of everything that bites. And sprays! :icon_lol:OP's located in the UK, everything is going to be almost 2x the price just based on shipping cost, export/import fees alone.
Don't you guys who trek out into the woods/mountains come across rattlesnakes, and other poisonous creatures where you find those unique pieces? Not even going to mention the musKeetoZ.
Always afraid one day the dogs are going to get bit or sprayed by skunks when they run ahead of us.