Drove home today from Whidbey Island, which means multiple small bladder stops in convenience stores.
Or perhaps I should say "inconvenience stores" because, as someone who's gotten all healthy and whatnot, there's hardly a thing I can eat.
So I decided to try Sno Balls. Despite a childhood spent with a serious Hostess addiction, somehow I never ate the Sno Balls. Last year, they celebrated their 60th anniversary.
Judging from what I ate, I got one of the originals. Truly, it tasted like old bubble gum and chocolate flavored particle board.
It reminded me of the time I stopped in an Inconvenience Store in Eastern Oregon. For those of you not familiar with the eastern side of my state, I was in a town beyond Pendleton, home to the Pendleton Round-Up. In other words, I was Beyond Cowboys.
Anyway, I'm in this store looking for a protein bar when I notice the Bible Bar, which is made with the seven foods found in Deuteronomy.
Naturally, I had to try it.
Like the Bible itself, it was hard to swallow.
| | |