Two days ago, Saturday, 15 November 2008, My Darling Husband and I took a road trip to The Nearest Large Town.
On the way we stopped for lunch at a gas station restaurant. In our parcel of this great nation, a gas station restaurant usually consists of McDonald's or counter pizza tasting like cardboard that pizza is normally delivered in or...scrumptious barbeque. The restaurant I write of was just a normal, family restaurant, and locally owned. The food was good. Much to my delight, My Darling Husband accidentally spotted a Big City versus Small Town difference. Even some Big City restaurants have community bulletin boards and "Welcome" signs.
Bet you won't find goats for sale in the city!
There is a missing child notice on the bulletin board in this picture, so if you can do so on your computer, click on the photo to enlarge it and take a look at the missing child, to help bring her home.
After some successful shopping (also very limited in The Small Town), we headed home. First we filled up the car with gas. Cheap cheap cheap! Below $2.00 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma on Saturday. Just thought I'd advertise the fact that gas prices have decreased lately. Have you noticed?