I recently dropped by Mill and Meadow to get some propane tanks filled. They have a reasonable price on propane and will fill any size tank while you wait. I was also pleased to find that they offered a wide variety of dog foods and feeds. They also had a nice selection of bird foods, and feeders. Im not a farmer but if you are more interested in the agricultural feeds, they looked to have a full line of feeds and medicines for keeping your herds healthy.
Stone Computer is a good source for computer components. They carry a wide variety of bare system components such as possessors, motherboards, cases etc. They sell packaged full systems as well as bare bones packages. In addition to components they have a full service center capable of resolving your software or hardware issues. The prices are typically a little higher than you can find online, but they certainly have the service and the convenience of being able to get it right now. If you are in need of a system component and want to buy it locally, this is the first place to look.
The Pharmacy of Canterbury is a nice little Pharmacy with a good selection of specialty supplements. It is not a large variety store like many of the chain Pharmacies, but rather a small pharmacy that fills prescriptions and sells pharmacy related products. They carry the product lines from Ortho Molecular (makers of Alpha Base vitamins) as well as some of the other high end supplement manufacturers. If you are looking for an unusual supplement or a particular brand, I would recommend checking them out.
Bratemans Incorporated has a wide selection of clothing, uniforms and gear for law enforcement and emergency workers. I visited Bratemans because they are an authorized dealer for Danner boots. They had a wide selection of Danner boots and took the time to help me find a pair that really fit well. (I have feet that are difficult to fit). When I finally found a style that I like, they did not have my size in stock but happily ordered it for me. The boots arrived a few days later as promised and the fit was great.
I recently had to visit the Dupont hospital out patient center for both CT and MRI scans. I was very impressed by the efficiency of the staff and the speed with which I was registered. The hospital offers a valet parking service which is nice if you are in a hurry and ample parking if you decide to park yourself. The nurses and technicians that did the scans were very friendly and efficient as well. They really made you feel comfortable and at ease with the procedures. If I have to have any follow up procedures I will certainly be going back to Dupont.
Metal Supermarkets is a great place to buy small quantities of steel, or pieces that need to be cut to length. Their prices are a little higher and their inventory depth is not as large as a mill or distributor but they make up for it in service. The staff is super friendly and they will cut what you need and sell you only the length of metal you require. This is a great deal if you only need 2 or 3 feet of a special size bar or tube. At a mill you would have to pay for the entire stock length, at Metal Supermarkets, you only pay for what you need. There is no cut charge for cutting the stock and they will even wrap the metal and put it in your car for you! They have a wide assortment of sheet, bar and tube in both steel, stainless, and aluminum. The next time you need a small or odd piece of steel, stop by and let them help you out.
Lowreys Candies is a small local candy shop in Muncie, Indiana. They make an assortment of hand made chocolates and candies available by the pound. If you stop by I would highly recommend picking up some of the Dark Secrets, a dark chocolate candy with a vanilla cream center. In addition to the typical chocolates, they also make holiday candies such as the giant chocolate egg filled with candy during the Easter season. If you are looking for a special treat for a loved one, or just need to satisfy a sweet tooth on something better than the average boxed store candy, they are worth a visit.
I have been seeing Dr Jakacki for about 2 years now, and am about ready to begin looking for a new Physician. I cant say that I really have a problem with Dr. Jakacki himself, just with the organization of his practice. It is not uncommon at all to have to wait as long as 2 hours to see the Dr. even when you have an appointment. I understand that he also handles OB cases, and sometimes has to deliver babies, but my wife and I have had children of our own and have never had to wait longer than 30 minutes to see our OB, who does nothing but deliver babies!
As for Dr. Jakacki himself; he is a friendly thorough Dr. who will handle a wide array of aliments. He is really into supplements and will want to make sure you are using vitamins etc. and is very interested in Cholesterol levels, so be prepared to have them checked regularly with Dr. Jakacki. In the end I have been happy enough with the treatment I have received, but am increasingly unable to bear the hours of waiting just to get in for my scheduled appointments.
We have 2 daughters, ages 2 and 2 months, both patients of Dr. Tallo. When we were pregnant with our first child, we asked around for recommendations and were referred to him by our OB. We stopped by his office, to get some information and he took time, without an appointment, to sit down and discuss his philosophy and what we were looking for in a pediatrician. He is very friendly and outgoing; our toddler loves to see him. He does a good job of explaining what is going on with your child and will explain in detail the pros and cons of procedures that may need to be done. If you have young children and are looking for a pediatrician I would recommend you spend a few minutes to sit down with Dr. Tallo and talk to him about his practice.
My wife and I visited The Book Loft of German Village, on a weekend getaway. It is an intriguing book store placed inside a historic home. Each room contains a different category of books, and it is fun to walk the labyrinth to find what you are looking for. The inventory of books is pretty deep; although Im not sure it is really any better than a large retail book store. What makes the Book Loft special is the setting. Being a converted home, you will spend a lot of time walking up and down stairs and through twisting hallways to find the room you are after. If you go, plan on spending some serious time there and make sure you get a map at the counter!