First a little "gift bag" for someone. The Obamacare post surgery treatment kit (with a little help from Scout 26 for the glasses). WITH borrowed Chinese currency to pay for it! Plus there was some water balloons that look like grenades (since the hospital had that "no gun" sign), Heavy Metal Heat Hot Sauce for that bland hospital chow and some other things to entertain (or just get one to shake the head and say "B - you need to cut back on the caffeine").
Our first bowls prepared, our food is on the grill. There's a "master griller" that in a few minutes is tossing broccoli through the air like one of the flying Wallendas.
Oh My! Who would buy these??
Ewwwww. Maybe that's good for an attack by a dwarf zombie archery target, but I'll stick with my "non tactical" good old 1911.
Bolt Action lighters - Probably illegal in Indiana.
Old NFO called with some cheer. I realize, wandering around the store, making fun of some of the items for sale, looking at the stuff I'd like to have someday, how lucky I am NOW, with the friends that I have, some of them, company included, I knew long before Home on the Range took to paper. I appreciate all of you, even if it's hard to say so sometimes.
After catching up, we were back to shopping.
I know the Morel Mushroom is ever so popular but somehow, these walking sticks are just wrong.
Look At the Sale Rack. Pre Rut Decoys. This apparently is to see if other bucks are in the area and territorial. I wonder if it just sits there with a "rack that's larger than yours" or has voice activation that gives out some sort of Tourettes Syndrome like buck challenges "I'm SO going to kick your ass and take your doe."
With a few minor gun tending things in a small bag it was time to go. (I'm telling you . . the aerosol can of Buck Bomb and some tie wrap would make a very handy SWAT weapon).
Parked next to the bat truck "hey Tam, I think I know who's going to buy those sneakers!"
No, we'll pass on buying adult beverages at Walgreens (what a bargain. Jameson regularly $25.99 now on sale for. . . . $25.99!)
Beer made with genuine Weasel Poo (or there's Pabst Blue Ribbon, for the exotic beer challenged).
Their barbecue pork is the best we've ever had up "North", but we're too full. But, with a cold drink in hand , one that Miss D. introduced me to a while back, we continued on our way.
Hey! Look what I found down in the basement. Hmmm. Critter trap. We can make our own Weasel Poo Home Brew!