Sunday, August 02, 2009

Saturday Outings

I keep forgetting to mention that Scot, Zlaty, and I visited a new (new to us anyway) game store last Saturday. It is called The Games Keep, LLC and is located at: Parkway Center 929, South High Street, West Chester, PA 19382. I can't seem to find the web page for them but they do have an Amazon storefront. They had a surprising number of 3rd party products, most notable of which was some Expeditious Retreat OSRIC adventures. I asked the guy at the register how those sold and he said they were sporadic. I introduced myself and my company and he seemed genuinely interested in stocking books of ours once they were in print/distribution. Heh, he might be waiting awhile. The pic below is obviously the outside of the store. Scot is prominently displayed while I am mostly hiding off to the right.

Before this stop last week, our trio also spent some time at Delaware Park (where we walked out with delicious ice cream and a couple extra bucks each!), Kohl's and Best Buy for some tax free shopping (Scot and Zlaty picked up a new 42" screen tv which we just about fit into my car), and then a surprisingly tasty meal at the Arby's where Rts. 1 and 322 meet. A good day!

Not as many outings yesterday. I was working my normal bi-weekly route from Kutztown to Robesonia and the final drop-off at West Deptford, NJ. I then rushed home so Heather and I could catch a showing of Harry Potter. Haven't read the books yet so I had no idea what to expect. Fortunately, these flicks are normally good (if a bit confusing at times like the previous one where just too much was squeezed in) and The Half-Blood Prince was no exception.
Today, Heather and I are off again to aid my mom in packing up from her quilt show out at the Hershey Lodge. Before that, we'll be taking in some money (I hope!) from Hollywood Casino.


Blogger Mike said...

I may have to drive down and check this town out. Thanks for the heads-up!

10:13 AM  
Blogger Bret said...

You bet, Mike. It's a small shop and is squeezed into a small shopping plaza where Rts. 322/202/100 meet. Here's some google map info:

12:28 PM  
Blogger Bret said...

Hmm, that link didn't fit too well. I'll just email it to ya.

12:29 PM  

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