|Looking in to Blue Sun's NEW ADDITION!|
At the end of the carpet in that photo above (under the blue trim), there used to be a wall. Now it looks into 3 other rooms: the first is an odd transitional room with a few soda shelves, the second has some pinball machines and an old truck, and the third is the biggest and is full of candy!
|My son played a dozen games of FREE pinball (3 free machines, and 1 that's a quarter).|
|The new candy room addition.|
|More of the candy room from the back corner.|
|We love Cow Tails in this household! Happy to see this.|
|Back in the "soda" part of the store, they had an end cap with all "Christmas-related" sodas.|
I grabbed a bottle of the white "Candy Cane Shake." Will probably be gross. But that's OK.
|ALL root beer. After picking this over yesterday, I *think* I've had (or just purchased) all of these. Really.|
|Henry by the old truck loaded with soda. There's a room behind the truck that still needs to be finished.|
|"Fancy" sodas that cost a bit more. I grabbed a red one on the left which was made in Germany.|
|Some of their Minnesota-made "Whistler" bottles.|
|Henry thought all the orange sodas looked tasty!|
|They had an artist painting parts of the new addition outside.|
|Henry eating a marshmallow treat, with "mini sodas" in his lap.|
(And yes, I pulled his buckle up before we drove off.)
|My receipt. The $4.29 bottle was the German soda. With the case discount, it was|
about $2/bottle on average (under $2/bottle ave without the German soda).
|My 26 sodas at home. Almost half are root beer or sarsaparilla, and the rest are random.|
Alright, time for some sugary deliciousness!!