but high prices. If what you want is available at a place like Costco or Lowe's, then go there. But, if you want something specific, this might just be the place for you to find it!
of items for almost any project I can ever think of doing (except maybe spinning wool). And, their yarn is even a decent selection for a chain store. Prices aren't superb, but OK on sale.
we had a horrible sales person who had no idea what he was talkiing about. Pointed us toward the far corner, but it was the WRONG corner for the tech dept he was trying to tell us to go to. The tech was great!!! Took us back to the dept and showed us exactly what we'd already been assured by the first guy that they absolutely didn't carry.
the store isn't nearly as nice as it used to be, so we go there as little as possible. But, once in a while we drop by, and usually regret it because the merchandise falls apart soon.
often, even though it's often quite crowded, you can rarely find a salesperson to help, and the customers can be dangerous with their carts. But, the prices are low, so we return.
place, for a quick place to stay. We had friends drop in from out of town and it was fine for them to sleep, then spend their days with us. Not a place for an extended stay, but fine for what it was.
was rude. I was ready to buy immediately, and the salesman was so arrogant that I took my business elsewhere. There is no reason to deal with anyone like that!
I worked with seemed professional and didn't insult my intelligence like many car dealers have done in the past. Overall, it was a pleasant experience.
restaurant for a good Mexican meal. We often go for family birthdays, etc. The food's good, not terribly Americanized, and the atmosphere is nice. The mariachis are pleasant, too!
salad bar was inedible last time we were there. I've eaten at the Marie Callendar chain for many years, and never ran into something that bad. We might return, but not for a long time, and we will be much more cautious!