I wish we had a weather store. Or a Campagnolo factory outlet.
In search of what to search for.
A health-food co-op (not "faith-based") -- only raw foods, or fresh-pressed/ground juice/"butters"; no canned/packaged foods, or "supplements".
Costco.....meh, one wareshouse is the same as another. I have a membership and use them, but my life wouldn't be that much worse if they weren't around.
PBK, NCIX (although it's actually cheaper to buy these from outside the province because of reduced taxes)
can't think of anything else right now.
Food for thought: if you aren't dead by 2050, you and your entire family will be within a few years from starvation. Now that is a cruel gift to leave for your offspring. ;)
I love Trader Joe's. Their buyers are fussy and buy as close to organic without necessarily being organic.. In many states BGH milk is not guaranteed to be labeled. Their buyers told me , in some states labeling laws make buying BGH free milk difficult. But, they make every attempt to get such guarantees from their producers... Sort of like going to Whole Foods. Just a heck of a lot cheaper..
Pray for the Dead and Fight like Hell for the Living
^ Since January 1, 2012
and a decent, honest to goodness Mexican restaurant.
Any of the following would be nice
A bike shop.
A camera store.
A book store (non christian only that is).
A decent grocery store.
A restaurant with no drive through, waiters and table cloths would be asking for too much.
A clothing store that is not Wally World.
A movie theater or bowling alley.
I'd like to see a good head shop.
AFAIK, Schlotzsky's sells a sandwich that has over 2000 calories. Ugh.
Chicken Basket. There's no good fried chicken here.
Some sort of pithy irrelevant one-liner should go here.
*where the hell did I leave that bow*
Son..you got some purty lips....
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