Our next stop was the IGA to pick up bread and lunch meat because Sloppy Joe’s were what we were told to expect for lunch and Sandra doesn’t eat beef, so she wanted to be able to make a ham sandwich if she needed to. This was absolutely the smallest IGA I had ever been in. It was four rows deep with a deli counter and a pharmacy section. It also sold beer wine and liquor which is unusual to us because in Florida grocery stores don’t sell liquor. This store was small on size but it had everything you needed, it was quite possibly the most efficient use of grocery store square footage ever.
We headed to the lake to meet everyone for lunch, expecting Sloppy Joe’s and instead discover a hot dog lunch waiting for us. We had surprises at every turn with this bunch but it was a fun lunch followed by a trip back to the cabin for a nap.
We headed back to the lake after a good rest and found the Sloppy Joe’s waiting for us. Better late then never I guess but we were starting to wonder if our 20 lbs of potatoes were ever going to be eaten!