whats going on in stores by me

This mornings OSB screenshot:

Also, concrete is going to be the next thing to spike in price. We can’t keep it in stock, and we’re not the only ones. Not sure if its a labor problem, a transportation problem, or a materials problem, but good luck getting it if you need it.

Insulation, and roofing, are short.

Hand powered garden tools, well, lets just say that that aisle is damn empty.

Peat Moss is completely unavailable.

For various reasons I ended up at 3 different grocery stores in the last two weeks. Flour is short across the board, they all had some in stock, but only enough to put one or two in each shelf space. Vinegar is short again. The vitamins shelves just keep getting emptier and emptier. Sugar was the emptiest I’ve seen those shelves since the original shut down. Cat food actually looked decently stocked, till you looked at the selection and realized that they’d just rearranged the shelves. Cat litter has NOT recovered yet.

Bird seed is damn near non-existent again, especially if you’re picky about the type of seed you want.

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  1. I was shocked when I went to Wally World the other day. My preferred canned food for the cats (the one that does not set off Rita’s allergies) was actually well stocked – and with a wide variety. Previously it has been tough finding the right style, gravy lovers (for Spot, who only eats the gravy) and non-fish (Rainey doesn’t like fish and I don’t like the smell of cns waiting to be recylced) – which leaves me with just 3 flavors of gravy lovers that I will buy.

    Yeah, cat litter has not recovered.

    Concrete decorative rock (for paths/retaining walls/garden edgers/wall caps) is pretty bare around here. Which makes sense in light of your mention of concrete.

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    • yah, I’m hopefull, The selection still wasn’t back to normal, but I was pretty sure I was seeing at least a few flavors I hadn’t seen in a bit. Cross fingers, cause this is a pain!

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