We drove to Cornwall, donated a bunch of stuff to Value Village, then crossed the scary bridge to Massena NY.
Turns out they finally woke up (the goverment) and built a new low bridge. Quite a delight, but they still (the goverment again) still charge $3.25 to cross the bridge.
Well Massena is still Massena; it is a village, a poor village but it has a Riteaid, a Wallgreens and a Kinney drugs.
If there was a tier system, I would say that Riteaid is tops, next comes Wallgreens and for some reason Kinney drugs is the weird ghetto one....
It might be their geographic location...or just my perception
We bought our usual supplies...cough drops, lipsticks, solar yard lights...
Then hit an antique market, very clean but nothing for us.
And we went to Price Chopper, again it seems the sad one; but not really cheaper than Hannaford (my usual grocery in the U.S).
It was there that I realized that powdered Coffee Mate in my fave flavors was a seasonal thing and so was turkey broth in a box, SEASONAL!!!
Things we learn.
We crossed the bridge again to have lunch at the Cornwall BBQ, yum!
Rotisserie chicken and pork souvlaki brochettes....and homemade soup....a classic
There were only 2 Pyrex at the Cornwall VV
This, not too bad and this
I bet next time I go it will be gone
It was a small roadtrip but quite fulfilling never the less, sometimes I just need a change of scenery.
We might cross the lines moe often from now on since Rachael Ray has introduced Nutrish cat food....Bob is cray about it!