Sunday, November 23, 2014
With everything almost completely set up in our new location, it is time to explore the area nearby and farther away.
Here explore means the ladies shopping. Farther means distance – a long ways away.
Its Just Up There
So we are off looking for a certain store. Its just up there. No that’s not it, there it is, the yellow building. No that’s not it, its just up there.
Repeat the above paragraph five or six more times.
Along the way several other retail outlets are spotted. “We’ll stop there on the way back.”
Use those construction cones as a reference. And the other one is just past that one.
50 or more miles later, as I glance over my left shoulder, there’s the store we have been looking for. Behind Bushes & Back there! That’s it we found it.
(Can you guess the name of the store?)
After checking several stores in that mall, and a quick stop at Wendy’s for a snack, we are on our way back.
There’s the cones. But not the store. Cones? How dare they have more than one set of construction traffic cones?
Its just up there. No that’s not it, there it is, the yellow building. No that’s not it, its just up there.
Finally there’s one of the stores spotted on the way down. Missed it, but we can easily construct a back-track.
A lot of cars coming out of there. Are we chasing everyone away? What sign? Oh that one, it says “Closed!”
Flea or Flee
We never did find three other stores we were looking for even though we passed them on the way down.
Did find a flea market though. Come to think of it, that was the purpose of the trip anyway. How did that 50 miles get added on?
Started out early in the morning, and its late afternoon now. Time to venture back to home base.
We can find that, its just up there!
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