|I love it when some other tourist offers to take a picture of the two of us together.|
I wanted a coffee mug but found none, so I settled on a T-shirt instead. As she was getting ready to ring me up I mentioned I really wanted a coffee mug. She looked around in vain, then said, "We should have some; I'll be right back. I will check in the other building. Inventory shows that we have three around here somewhere."
She came back with my mug. "Better order some more," I told her.
"We have them on back-order all the time," she said.
The cup was $15, which is the most I've ever spent on a coffee mug. I hope it isn't one of those with writing that disappears when it's been through a dishwasher a few times. Since I had what I really wanted, I didn't buy the $20 T-shirt.
As we were getting in our car, an old fellow got out of the car beside us and asked, "Is Danielle in there?"
I doubt you would ever find her there during business hours. If you notice on the show, when any of the stars are in the parking lot or inside the shops, there are no other people there. If any of them showed up during the hours the place is open, they'd be there all day posing for pictures with old folks and signing autographs.
Back at the Buffalo Bill museum, we had found some pamphlets telling about various places of interest and stumbled across one about the John Deere Pavilion. That was to be our next destination.