What a great day it was here in the
Wednesday was a fun day with a lot of information. I will give you a timeline of how the day went and a few of the highlights. As you know I was here at 3 minutes short of on Tuesday. I needed to meet fellow
I got on the road and was actually kinda excited because I had $103 dollars in my pocket. The 3 was from some money I saved in junior high and the $100 bill was from the scrap metal boys. I took the back roads into Othello since I was carrying so much cash. When I pulled into the Shell station I had a thought that unnerved me. I needed a can of
“What pump?” she would ask the slightly bilingual man at the front of the line. He replied, “O’er there, da red car.” Then she bellowed like a Brahma cow being preg checked and screamed, “I did not ask what color your car was, I said what pump!” The man held up 3 fingers which I hoped diffused the situation. (Actually it was 2.84 fingers as the man had been in some type of industrial incident but let’s not split hairs.) Anyway the Ogre behind the counter was not done yet. “What grade gas do you want?” she roared. The poor man held out his arms like he was trying to catch the planet Jupiter and said, “Reeeeegooolar?” Which just inflamed Marie Laveaux (if you do not know Ms. Laveaux just search for her song on YouTube.) Anyway, Marie turned on the pump for “plus” and then glared at the next customer which was another Hispanic man that had an afro like Lionel Ritchie. Mr. Richieolverez had a few items which totaled $10.12 and pulled out a $100 bill to pay for it. Ms. Laveaux was further enraged by this. “What makes you think we would have change for a $100 bill at !” she screamed.
Yeah, what kind of idiot would hope to break a $100 bill at I thought to myself and quickly added up in my head the price of a large coffee and a Tillamook pepperoni stick knowing that a new can of
I then headed for
Today’s real environmentalist species found on the ranch is the
Today’s picture is of a mushroom I found yesterday in the horse pasture. I placed my monthly allowance next to it to give you some perspective.