Since lots of folks don't have any kind of power and little money down here, lots of grocery items are sold in small bayberry are some we've seen this week...
Milk, cream, ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, tomato sauce/paste, vegetable oil or shortening, cheese, crackers, spices, water, fruit drinks, lunch meats, chorizo (sausage).
Our bags are packed, we eat a light breakfast in an hour. Start weighing luggage, check out of hotel, and head to the airport. Our flight leaves at 1:05 central time. At least down here we won,y have to wait on the runway for an hour for our turn to take takeoff.
I am ready to see my Amy and mom. Amy is ready for her Mirinda.