Discussion in 'The Voting Booth' started by Mike Labbe, Jun 29, 2006.
For US SHOPS:
Will you be open Monday? How about Tuesday?
What about Wednesday?
Things have been very slow the last two weeks, I will be closed Wed. also.
You're kidding, right? It's the 4th! We'll be closed both days, and I will be sitting on my roof in mid-town Baltimore, swilling beer and shooting off redneck fireworks (for you Jfeig), which are basically my 12 gauge shotgun with skeet loads, until the cops send the helicopter, at which point I'll go into hiding and do my yearly reading of the Declaration of Independence, with emphasis on "...certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."
Only the 4th. Too much framing to do to be closed both days. Besides, I'm taking the 13th, 14th, and 15th off to go camping at Lake Tahoe! YAY!
No fireworks here, 20 wildfires going on in our surrounding area as we speak.
Open Saturday, but taking Sun, Mon, Tues, to catch up on yard work & house work...but will most likely drink beer & cook some flesh on the grill....hmm, not much different than usual...except for the Mon/Tues not working thing.
We are closed Monday and Tuesday, but checking around locally I see that some shops will be open.
Normally closed on Monday, and will be closed on Tuesday. Tuesday...yeah, sipping cold ones on the parade grounds at Ft. Robinson State Park in Crawford, Ne. Don't get much better. Wednesday we'll be going to the High Plains Homestead www.highplainshomestead.com for supper, so I guess getting better is an option.
Yeah, I'm the only one who has voted "does not apply", as I don't have a shop per se...but I had to vote to see the results!
We have often been closed the 3rd, 4th and a day or two preceeding or following for vacation. This appears to be a year when many here are having company and want something done. Have to work so might as well be open on the 3rd but never the 4th.
I will be open Monday and closed on Tuesday. I looked at last year, I was open on the 4th and it was a zero day.
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