These farm-and-home type stores fascinate both of us; we just split up and find something to suit our own interests.
We parked beside this truck. The dog wasn't tied in there. When I got out of our pickup, she got as close as she possibly could, wagging her tail. So I patted her on the head and told her she was a good dog. She smiled and stayed in the truck bed.
Can spring be far behind? In a month or so, they'll have baby chicks in stock, too.
Garden seeds! There IS hope!
I told you the store was crowded. In this area, you can get food for whatever animal you own. We get sweet feed for horses to feed Bonnie-the-Jersey-cow. It's cheap, and she loves it; I'm not feeding for production.
At the price of five for a dollar; I picked out ten packets. Those others I showed you earlier were $1.59 a package. Of course, there are more seeds in those, but I get these cheap ones to play with in early spring.
I've always wanted a Purple Martin house; these were on sale, so I got one. I'll still need to buy a pole.
This metal bench was $99; I sat on it to rest my knees and decided I really, really wanted it. After all, the pickup was sitting out there; all we had to do was load it up and take it home.
After some thought, though, I realized we really didn't need it, and sadly, we left it behind.
Cliff tried on a coat from the clearance rack, but it didn't fit him.
I'm playing with the new Blogger format here, so forgive me if the pictures look all helter-skelter on the page. The first time I posted the entry, there were big spaces between pictures and it was a total mess; we'll see what happens this time. I won't blame Blogger, though; I'm just too lazy to read the directions. I'd probably do better going back to the old way, with all the pictures in the middle and the words beneath them.