On Black Friday late in the day we paid a visit to our local Tractor Supply just to look around. They had those usual one day specials, none of which I was in need of. So after spending a half hour or so we decided to leave. On our way out I came upon a rack of boots that suddenly gained my interest. They were a rubber bottom, with a soft upper portion made of a material that I was not familiar with. They had a nice insole that was soft and comfortable with a padded tongue. And the selling point was 20.00. Well I looked through the rack and found my size. The boots stayed in the bag until a few weeks ago when I put them on to go fishing, and that's when the test started. Well I'm happy to say they passed with flying colors. They kept my feet dry, even when crossing the streams, and walking through snow. They were very comfortable and stable. Now here's the best thing they don't slip even on mossy stones, stream rocks, mud or snow. I love them and they will get plenty of use.
These boots also have those laces that stayed tied.
Campbell's Tomato Soup, I can remember this body warmer doing it's comfort thing when I was a kid, and you know what it still does. Lots of oyster crackers and it will ward off that winter chill.
A thing about pretzels. They must be thin, and they must be in that familiar twist. There is a reason the original bakers made them in this fashion, but it escapes me now.
Thursday evening Jeanette and I attended a dinner, a fund raiser for a very good cause. Our grand-daughter Morgan's school put on this event, and she along with her friends saw to our wishes. It was a great meal, which all enjoyed.
The "hot dog" man I love them and I'm sure most of you feel the same. There are many toppings for this delicious easy to fix tasty sausage, but the one I love most of all is sauerkraut fried with onions. The one drawback is the gastric rumblings that take place later. Well worth it though.