I've never seen a JL in any CVS... hmmm. As a side note, my old girlfriend used to go out with Tom Ryan! My old supervisor was a close friend of TR's as we;; (wonder if either of them would tell him to stock JL's for me???LOL)kanabrew said:Very pretty town.Not a good place for JLs. CVS is the drugstore to visit...Price Chopper
(have her get a 'card') for groceries...and of course Wallyworld otherwise. That downtown mall is basically the place to go . The other mall has little to offer . I work for CVS and have done work up there .The best scenery is now and for a month. She can go to NY which has outlets and more only about an hour away too. GARY
CTWLSMIKE said:Have her spend her free time practicing photography if she's inclined, there's certainly alot of material to work with up there!
I'm not sure... he's located in a field on Rte.5, right next to Rod's Mobil gas station. Curtis' doesn't have a phone, but the station's number is (802) 387-4771, and he has a "mobile" set up that he brought to downtown Brattleboro in the winter for a while. I lived in Louisiana for 3 years, and have tried all kinds of BBQ, but Curtis' is the best I've ever had, and every year I make the 2 hour drive just to get a couple of orders!CTWLSMIKE said:We've stayed in Putney a few times and planned on going in November to visit Santa's land again before our younger kids get too old for it! Is Curtis's open all year around? Hope so because we love BBQ!
You know it was a long time ago that it happened, but we do seem to remember a BBQ going on behind the gas station on the Sunday night it happened, but the next day when we went back to the gas station, it was gone!carnut2256 said:How could you be at Rod's Mobil and not see Curtis' in the field nest door, or just smell it for that matter????? Then again, having a car towed in with a blown HG could make it difficult to think of other things at the time...
By the way, the original purpose of this thread was to see if we had any BB members in Burlington, and none have checked in yet! Are there any???
Well, see, Curtis' isn't actually a brick and mortar building, it's kinda a "mobile" type of thing.... he has a "towable" BBQ on a trailer, which is attached to an old school bus that he uses as the serving station ...... now, don't let this throw you, he actually runs a clean, first rate operation and has been there over 20 years that I know of personally.... and he usually stays right in that field from spring to fall. He's added a number of things over the years, from a canopied seating area, to swing sets for the little ones. He's been written up in everything from Yankee magazine to the Wall Street Journal (honest!).CTWLSMIKE said:You know it was a long time ago that it happened, but we do seem to remember a BBQ going on behind the gas station on the Sunday night it happened, but the next day when we went back to the gas station, it was gone!
Anyone else from VT?