No doubt it pays to go early there were lots of places to park and few customers. With this coronavirus scare and the fact that I have not been feeling up to par lately decided to stock up for at least a month since they had so many specials.
I can not believe how much paper products have gone up. Just for a minute...I wished I was in Houston...where I could go to Target stock up and get at least a $5.00 gift card for the same items I bought today.
I usually park towards the back of the parking lot so no one will park next to me and I can open my doors fully as I load my groceries...besides getting a little more exercise in.
|My car is to the right with the trunk open. The CRV three
spaces down arrived after the guy started yelling
so there was plenty of space for him to have maneuver out
of the parking lot long before I emerged from the store.
Like I mentioned before there was plenty of parking and as I made my way back to the car I noticed an RV parked long ways taking up several spaces so I figured they must have been inside shopping though I did see a woman sitting in the passenger's side.
The first thing that drew my attention to that RV was the fact that it was not large or small but a very nice middle size one that even I could possibly drive. While I loaded the groceries I turned on my cellphone so I could capture the gasoline price both at HEB and across the street at Stripes.
|I took this pic by my trunk. While my camera did not capture the price
of gasoline either at Stripes or HEB you can tell there was plenty
of space for this guy to back-up.
A man in shorts and a t-shirt (mind you it was cold this morning) gets off and says something about moving. HEB is on the main drag and it is very noisy...I thought he was asking if HE needed to move...to which I replied: "No, you are not blocking me I can get out".
Then he came closer to me and started yelling and told me he needed ME to move so HE could get out. There was an older lady three car spaces away from me she even stopped loading her groceries to observe what was happening.
Had he asked nicely I would have not had a problem moving though I failed to see why I should when he could just go forward...it wasn't like it was a double lane or that he could not back out without a problem...plus there was a woman inside to guide him.
The lady that was loading her groceries said to me "what a rude individual"...I agreed! So I took my time and he did what he should have done if, in fact, he was waiting on me to get out of the store...keep on going straight.
After he yelled at me I took a picture of his rig and when I got home I saw he had license plates from
|If you park near this RV make sure you do not block
the guy even if you got there BEFORE he did.
Good night. May you all have Terlingua Dreams.
Aunty Acid Saying of the Day