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Hello! I'm a new user from Mexico. I currently study videogame design at SAE Institute. I've used and collected fountain pens for around 2 years, but I've always liked pens since I can remember. There's something romantic and meaningful about putting down word to paper. On another note, I will travel to carlisle, pennsylvania around july to meet some world of warcraft friends irl. I am not sure if this is the correct place to ask, but does anyone know of a pen store near Carlisle? Thanks a lot.

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I recently received a brochure from Pipi's Pen Shop in York, Pennsylvania. There are a couple of pen shops in Harrisburg. I have no experience with any of them.

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Hello and welcome to FPN.

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Welcome home. Pull up a stump and set a spell. See if you can fit in a pilgrimage to the Wilbur Chocolate Company in Lilitz, PA.

 

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Hello and Welcome to FPN!! Glad to have you as a member!!

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Welcome to the FPN.

 

What pen/ink/papers do you use togrthrr?

 

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Then your up-keep.

 

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Hello and welcome to the Fountain Pen Network. I am glad you decided to join us. I don't know the area you are going to, so can't offer any information on pen stores. I hope you find some good pens on your trip. Try to find an Esterbrook J, but be forewarned that it will ruin you for other pens.

 

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