|Driving through the lot: the 2-story section to the right |
was recently added-on since the last time I've been here.
|Driving up. Tip: come early because it's REALLY quiet when they open at 9 a.m.|
|Waking inside and coming face-to-face with lots of soda! Everything is (mostly) organized by flavor.|
The boxes to the left are for customers to load up. (Sorry for the blurry photos - I was holding my 1.5-yr-old.)
|This is pretty much ALL ROOT BEER!|
|A lot of Cola and Grape sodas.|
|"Novelty" sodas - I didn't get anything too strange this trip.|
Beyond the sodas is all the candy. And meat. And apples. And baked goods. They have everything.
|Apparently, you make "apple smoked pork" by putting an apple in |
a pig's mouth and letting it smoke a cigar. Who knew?
|Lots of treats, and lots of puzzles on high shelves along the ceiling.|
|This is inside the addition. It's not 2 stories, it just has a high ceiling.|
|Treats below and TONS of puzzles above. They had a 32,000 piece puzzle |
that was something like 6' x 17' when finished.
|Licorice and puzzles.|
|From the back corner of the new addition.|
|My 2 cases of sodas loaded into my car: 1 assorted case (a lot of grape, cherry, and black cherry), |
and 1 case that's mostly root beer with a few sarsaparillas thrown in as well.
|Hoping back on Hwy 169 to leave. Until next time. Love you. Miss you. XOXO|
Oh, and notice how many cars are now in the lot an hour after they opened. There were a lot more cars off the frame to the right too. It definitely got busier as we were there. Stop by early around 9 (when they open). And FYI: they say they close at 8 pm, but they'll stay open as late as 10 pm if there are people still around.