I bought ten rolls of 16 gauge black annealed bar wire and took it to where my husband was working
My husband and his brother own a tree trimming business. I never thought much about what they do with the limbs and branches they cut down. I thought they put them through the wood chipper, but I was wrong. Last week, he asked me to go to a local store that specialized in wire. He specifically said that the wire I was to purchase had to be 16 gauge black annealed bar wire. He said 16 gauge three times. I remembered 16 gauge even after I got to the car, but I forgot the rest. I went back in the house and asked him to write it down. He write 16 gauge black annealed bar wire. He was going to use it in the machine that bundled up the brunches. I got to the store he told me to go to. I handed them the paper with a 16 gauge black annealed bar wire written on it. He looked at me. I looked at him. He then asked how big a roll I needed. I smiled and said a big one. He showed me a 330 foot roll that looked kind of small, but I figured it was what my husband wanted. He told me the price for one, but then he said I could get rolls and it would be almost 30% less. I bought ten rolls of 16 gauge black annealed bar wire and took it to where my husband was working. I asked him if it was what he wanted, and he thanked me. I told him I got a great deal and bought ten rolls. All I could hear was his brother laughing as I got back into the car.