Two uneventful 600 mile drives and we are sitting in a hotel near Hobby Airport in Houston. I have to tell you about eatinf on the road. On Saturday shortly after we left Wisconsin, we realized we would be going past Sikeston, MO at the right time to eat at Lambert's the home of the Throwed Roll. If you have never eaten there you have missed an experience. I would tell you more but it would ruin your first time. So we skipped lunch looking to have an early evening meal. We get ther and the parking lot is sort of full, which is pretty normal. Find out the wait is one and a half hours. No Lambert's on the way to Houston, we will try on the way home. Last night we went to a Tex-Mex for dinner. Stay away from Gringos. Food lacked flavor and was served cold. There was a huge crowd, so somebody likes it. Maybe tonight we will have a better experience.
Today we are going to spend the last day of Market walking the floor to see what’s new and exciting for our customers. This year we added wooden hoops into our inventory. Now we are seeking more new quality items to add to our own assortment of quality Quilter's Rule products.
Tomorrow we will get up early and go stand in line with our truck and trailer to wait to unload. I am looking forward to that about like I look forward to a toothache. On the other hand we will have plenty of time to catch up with old friends.