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since August 2006
I went to town (Ramona) about a 5 mile drive down the winding mountain road. It is a fun drive in the car, we did not notice as much coming up here with our coach thou. Well into town i went and checked out the three grocery stores Albertson's and Stater Bros were typical for this area, large and a good selection. Then the IGA a little smaller was fun, I could have sworn I was in Mexico. The loud Mexican music is the first thing, then a distinct odor from the bakery, spices and meat counters. Fresh baked Mexican buns (bollos) and pastries (pasteles), and the products available on the shelves, some items I have only noticed in Mexico especially the fresh meat counter. Also a lot of the signs in both English and Spanish, an interesting shopping experience.
Back home a bite to eat for lunch then a good day to do the laundry. The laundromat here was unique in that it was like a screened in front porch on somebody's house. A little to cool and damp to sit outside in the rain so I just relaxed in the car with my book. The laundry goes much quicker with a book. Back home we researched a bit more on the area for things to see and do. And I carved up a huge pork loin roast we bought on sale, we got 20, one inch thick boneless chops and a nice pork roast out of it for less than seventeen dollars, good deal. So after that we had a pork roast for supper that I had removed from the freezer earlier to make room for the new meat. This was combined with some left over rice, corn and sauerkraut for a tasty meal. And some applesauce as well.
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