A Little Skankiness Isn't Always a Bad Thing

Dang ya'll. I'd have been here sooner but people have been all up in my office all morning. I need a "Do Not Disturb" sign to hang on the doorknob, but then I'd need a door too I guess. Seeing how I can't even justify a new office chair although this one is duct taped together... well.. nevermind.

I stopped at the campground store on the way to work. I told ya'll before how their health inspection rating was in the 80-85 range (pretty skanky) which was due in part to the taxidermy display on the shelves surrounding the food preparation area.

Dead, dusty critters with cobwebs hanging off their nose hairs are not very hygienic.

The store is now under new management, so I stopped in for a biscuit and to check things out. I was a little disapointed that all the dead animals had been removed, I'd intended to get pictures of them. Now you'll just have to take my word for it. The large gathering of toothless old men who occupied the small seating area are now gone. They took their morning coffee club back to the diner where smoking is still permitted.

The biscuit I got was better, not greasy at all. The whole place was clean and well organized. It's sort of sad really. The dusty, growling bear, the squirrel who appeared to be frozen in his tracks as he ran up the wall behind the register, the snaggle toothed old woman with a cigarette hanging on the corner of her mouth as she rang up your Funyuns and Mountain Dew, all gave the place the sort of character you'd be hard pressed to find anywhere else.

Is it weird that I miss the skankiness?

Ya'll have a good one.

Later Taters!

Tomorrow: A Hillbilly Recipe