We definitely drive out of town much less often now than we used to. It's sad. I miss having restaurants to choose from when eating out. Our small town doesn't offer many choices. But we just can't afford $45 for a tank of gas very often.
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Just signed up on this team and wanted to say howdy.
I swore to myself that when gasoline climbed over $3.00 a gallon (again) that it would be time for me to make a budget (a real one) so that I would be able to feed my family AND my car. I have a really bad feeling that the carefree days of $2.48 a gallon gas are gone forever.
It also doesn't help "all things food/all the time" that I live in the land of butter and gravy(the state beverage)Ohio. Anyway, I'll be dropping in from time to time to learn all I can from all of you.
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