Good night, Seattle!
That’s the first thing I toughs of when I read this. I thought they did away with “greeter” several years ago.
The last time it snowed here in Fresno you should have seen the people trying to drive. Many folks here had never seen snow up close and personal - just in the distance on the mountains or at ski resorts. We had a neighbor who had never seen snow at all and she was having such fun - she was from Puerto Rico.
Is that a chain? Never heard of it. In that case maybe the “bay” in the strip means a store — who knows? Here in CA if you say “bay” it usually means San Fran.
Thanks for your service.
I shop at Von’s (part of the Safeway/Albertson’s) and last Friday I found the frozen food aisles completely flip-flopped! I muttered an unkind remark and finally found what I wanted. I will say this — the store where I shop is the neatest, cleanest grocery store I have ever been in.
That, and any other bay. Like the old Otis Redding song - “Sittin’ on the deck of the bay” - referring to the Frisco Bay (San Francisco).
It says Bay Street.
I liked the episode of the same show where the reporter was interviewing/flirting with Tim. Jill knew what the gal was up to, but of course Tim didn’t have a clue — until later. When the interviewer asked Jill to describe her hubby (The Too Man) Jill just smiles and says. “Mine.”
Here in the central valley of CA if the % for precip is under 70% they may as well say no precip. Or maybe a saturated cloud will float by.