Hot and humid again, without any rain in sight. Like yesterday. Like all week in fact. So I’m gonna bug out. Should be cooler at the lake.
That is the plan. Do my pickups. Do my shopping for stuff to do at the BOL. Then head up there.
I’ll be there with D1 while mom and D2 finish out the Girl Scout sailing thing. I will probably be buying a sail boat in the near future. Just a tiny little Sunfish style boat, but with two daughters that can sail, and a place on a lake, it seems like a no brainer. Especially when one of my auction guys has one for sale cheap (couple hundred bucks cheap). Networking. Meatspace. Secondary market. It’s not what you know it’s who you know…. all that and more, and it’s the future in a collapsing economy. Get some practice.
Didn’t get much done. It’s really disruptive to my whole day to have to be home at 3, and stay home for the rest of the afternoon. I spent far too much time learning about the scanner I picked up yesterday. It’s a Uniden, similar to the Home Patrol, but not as intuitive. Later I got to the grocery store. LOTS of gaps in the shelves. Checker said it was warehouse and staff issues. I got the last heavy cream, the last of the soda I like, and there were several things I didn’t find. I didn’t buy any meat, as it was all too nasty or too expensive. Chicken legs finally broke the resistance at 99c/ pound. They were on “super special, limit two” at $1.09 / pound and thighs were $1.39. Oddly, the house brand frozen turkey was still the same price it’s been for years, without any fluctuation. There weren’t many items on sale either.
Pharmacy was busier than I’ve ever seen it. Don’t know why, but there was a line, and more techs working than I’ve seen in a while.
I don’t make the news, I just report it.
And I encourage you to stack it up. Pork is still cheap. Chicken, even with the price increases is cheap. Beef might be cheap for a short period coming up. Rice, flour, sugar, salt, peanut oil. Don’t forget yeast. Canned veg, some canned fruit, and a big bottle of multivitamin…
Stacks, lots of them.