@Sandy Shopper wrote:
Okay, I probably shouldn't mention this, as it will likely cause a stampede on farm stores, but my local farm and garden store is out of the usual tetracycline and penicillin type meds that they carry for animal health. Not saying it should be used for humans or that anyone should self-medicate, but it's the same stuff that is in the pills and capsules from the pharmacy, so someone swooped in and bought them out.
Also, since state patrol is less busy on the highways, most of them are working "in town," with the senior shopping hours and such. However, one or two remain on the highway and people are driving 120/145
We have a family-owned and operated fresh market about four miles from my house. They have a drive up service (the inside part of the market is closed). You pull up and tell them what you want, they weigh everything inside and come out to your car. My husband gives them cash and tells them to keep the change.