I'll admit it wasn't the most spectacular day ever at Afton Station, but none of them are ever terrible. Today, it was gloomy and drizzly, we greeted only 9 visitors, sold a big $1 worth of merchandise (a postcard) and I got caught coming home in a big, crazy Halloween parade they have here in Tulsa every year (I should have known better. . .). The good points were that those visitors we did have at the Station today were great, we got some cool new shelving, and on the way home it was kind of fun sitting in stalled traffic for a half hour watching all the little kids in their costumes parade past. For everything annoying, there is always something wonderful. That's how I see the world.
Our visitors came from Newport Beach CA, Hamburg Germany, Bartlesville OK, and Hominy OK.
Our German visitors were here to attend a huge car show in Las Vegas and chose to get there via Route 66. Good for them!
In other news, David brought over this very neat piece of shelving which works well for our T-shirts and makes us look a little more like a grown-up store.